Behind the Headline: Highly Effective Principals Raise Student Achievement



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Highly Effective Principals Raise Student Achievement
Huffington Post | 10/24/2012

Behind the Headline
School Leaders Matter
Education Next | Winter 2013

In the Huffington Post, Joy Resmovits writes about a new study that uses value-added analysis to measure the impact of principals on student achievement. The study, which appears in the Winter 2013 issue of Ed Next, found that principals have a significant effect, particularly at high-poverty schools.

— Education Next




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