2013 AEFP Presentations


CEPWC faculty and students will present their research at the 38th Annual AEFP Conference on March 14-16 of this year in New Orleans.

MELINDA ADNOT, University of Virginia, Piloting Teacher Evaluation in a Low-Stakes Context: Effects on Student Achievement and School Culture in the Early Years of Implementation.

ALLISON ATTEBERRY, University of Virginia, The Non-Random Composition of Teachers in Tested Grades and Subjects, SUSANNA LOEB, Stanford University, JAMES WYCKOFF, University of Virginia.

ALLISON ATTEBERRY, University of Virginia, The Impact of Summer Learning Loss on “Value Added” Measures of School Performance, Co-author: ANDREW MCEACHIN, University of Virginia.

ANDREW BARR, University of Virginia, Enroll or Enlist: The Effect of Changing Financial Aid Conditions on Military Enlistment and the Path to Higher Education.

Impacts of Early Life Resources on Future Success – Discussant/s: DAPHNA BASSOK, University of Virginia.

DAPHNA BASSOK, University of Virginia, Is Kindergarten the New First Grade? The changing nature of kindergarten in the age of accountability, Co-author: ANNA ROREM, University of Virginia.

CHLOE GIBBS, University of Virginia, Impact of a Statewide Full-day Kindergarten Policy Expansion on Later Literacy Skills.

VERONICA KATZ, University of Virginia, Can leadership reverse the plight of persistently low-performing schools? Evaluation of the School Turnaround Specialist Program in two Midwestern states, Co-author: DANIEL PLAYER, University of Virginia.

New Evidence on Kindergarten as a Policy Intervention - Chair: SCOTT LATHAM, University of Virginia.

PATTEN MAHLER, University of Virginia, Lifting the Salary Cap: The Effects of a Return-to-Work Policy on Teacher Retirement, Retention and Quality.

MORGAN S. POLIKOFF, University of Southern California, The Waive of the Future: Accountability in the Waiver Era, Co-author: ANDREW MCEACHIN, University of Virginia, MATTHEW DUQUE, University of Southern California, STEPHANI WRABEL, University of Southern California.

RICHARD WELSH, University of Southern California, Rewarding Growth or Achievement? Assessing the Eligibility Criteria of the Recovery School District Return Policy, Co-author: ANDREW MCEACHIN, University of Virginia, DOMINIC BREWER, University of Southern California.

ANDREW MCEACHIN, University of Virginia, Selection and Mobility in the Analysis of Portfolio Policies, Co-author: RICHARD O. WELSH, University of Southern California, DOMINIC J. BREWER, University of Southern California

Impacts of Accountability Policies on Student Outcomes - Chair: ANDREW MCEACHIN, University of Virginia.

Organizational, Economic, And School Finance Perspectives In Rural Education - Discussant/s: LUKE MILLER, University of Virginia.

DANIEL PLAYER, University of Virginia, The Effectiveness of Competency Based Selection of Public School Principals.

JIM WYCKOFF, University of Virginia, Policymakers and Researchers Schooling Each Other: Lessons in Educational Policy from New York, Co-author: DEBORAH H. CUNNINGHAM , Nevada Department of Education.

NIU GAO, Stanford University, Teacher Turnover in New York City: Who Leaves and Why? Co-author: SUSANNA LOEB, Stanford University, JAMES WYCKOFF, University of Virginia.

HAMILTON LANKFORD, SUNY Albany, Long-term trends in teacher academic achievement, Co-author: SUSANNA LOEB, Stanford, ANDREW MCEACHIN, University of Virginia, LUKE C. MILLER, University of Virginia, JAMES WYCKOFF, University of Virginia.

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