School Organization

School organization and size should be used as levers of change because of their ability to be consciously designed as a tractable cost-effective way to increase academic achievement in general and special education students.

2016

  • Are all schools created equal? Learning environments in small and large public high schools in New York City
  • Bullying, Safety, and Belonging in the Middle school Years: Do Top Dogs Rule?

2015

  • Does Small High School Reform Lift Urban Districts? Evidence From New York City
  • Pathways to an Elite Education: Exploring Strategies to Diversify NYC’s Specialized High Schools

2014

  • Successful Schools How School-Level Factors Influence Success with Urban Advantage
  • Teacher Experience
  • Teacher Supply

2013

  • Do Small Schools Improve Performance in Large, Urban Districts? Causal Evidence from New York City
  • Value Added and its Uses: Where You Stand Depends on Where You Sit

2012

  • Beyond Black: Diversity among Black Immigrant Students in New York City Public Schools
  • Does Small High School Reform Lift Urban Districts? Evidence from New York City
  • Do Small Schools Improve Performance in Large, Urban Districts? Causal Evidence from New York City
  • Training Your Own: The Impact of New York City’s Aspiring Principals Program on Achievement
  • White and Black Urban School Teachers' Job Satisfaction: Does Relational Demography Matter?

2011

  • What Do AEFA Members Say? Summary of Results of an Education Finance and Policy Survey
  • A Decade of Change in NYC Schools
  • Beyond High Stakes: Teacher Effects on Multiple Educational Outcomes
  • The Effect of Immigrant Communities on Foreign-Born Student Achievement
  • The Path Not Taken: How Does School Organization Affect 8th Grade Achievement?

2010

  • Age of Entry and the High School Performance of Immigrant Youth
  • Can Teachers be Evaluated by their Students’ Test Scores? Should They Be?
  • New Directions in Measuring Racial Isolation in School
  • TO BE IB: Creating Support Structures and Services for Title I High Schools Implementing the International Baccalaureate Programme