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There is no doubt about how important teachers and leaders are to student learning.

That is why leaders across the country are rethinking how their districts and schools manage teacher and leader talent. To inform these management improvement efforts, CRPE examines pressing problems and new approaches related to how districts and schools find, develop, and keep teacher and leader talent.

BRIEF – Principal Concerns: Iowa May Face Statewide Demand

This analysis finds that nearly half of Iowa’s principals will be eligible for retirement in the next five years, representing both a challenge and an opportunity for schools and communities statewide.

Modernizing the State Education Agency: Different Paths Toward Performance Management

This project shows how eight state education agencies have reshaped their organizations to address the challenges of improving their lowest-performing schools. By focusing on states at the forefront of the turnaround effort, CRPE researchers hope...

BRIEF – Principal Concerns: Leadership Data and Strategies for States

This brief summarizes a more detailed report that offers new tools to help state policymakers diagnose and address their principal workforce needs.

Principal Concerns: Leadership Data and Strategies for States

This report offers a set of powerful new tools to help state policymakers diagnose their principal workforce needs and develop comprehensive strategies to address them.

BRIEF – Managing Talent for School Coherence: Learning from Charter Management Organizations

This brief summarizes a larger report that looks at how CMOs manage teacher talent.

Managing Talent for School Coherence: Learning from Charter Management Organizations

This report examines how charter management organizations recruit, hire, and develop teachers, and how they manage teacher performance.

The Evolution of School Support Networks in New York City

In this working paper, Eric Nadelstern discusses New York City’s efforts to change the central office and create a system of support organizations to oversee networks of autonomous schools.

Learning from Charter School Management Organizations: Strategies for Student Behavior and Teacher Coaching

This is the final report from The National Study of CMO Effectiveness, a four-year study designed to assess the impact of CMOs on student achievement and identify CMO structures and practices that are most effective...

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