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June 2011How Performance Information Affects Human-Capital Investment Decisions: The Impact of Test-Score Labels on Educational Outcomes
with John P. Papay, Richard J. Murnane: w17120
High-School Exit Examinations and the Schooling Decisions of Teenagers: A Multi-Dimensional Regression-Discontinuity Analysis
with John P. Papay, Richard J. Murnane: w17112
March 2009Do Financial Incentives Help Low-Performing Schools Attract and Keep Academically Talented Teachers? Evidence from California
with Jennifer L. Steele, Richard J. Murnane: w14780

Published: Jennifer L. Steele & Richard J. Murnane & John B. Willett, 2010. "Do financial incentives help low-performing schools attract and keep academically talented teachers? Evidence from California," Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 29(3), pages 451-478. citation courtesy of

August 2008Trends in the Black-White Achievement Gap:Clarifying the Meaning of Within- and Between-School Achievement Gaps
with Lindsay C. Page, Richard J. Murnane: w14213
July 2008The Consequences of High School Exit Examinations for Struggling Low-Income Urban Students: Evidence from Massachusetts
with John P. Papay, Richard J. Murnane: w14186

Published: February 11, 2010, doi: 10.3102/0162373709352530 EDUCATIONAL EVALUATION AND POLICY ANALYSIS March 2010 vol. 32 no. 1 5-23

August 2007Do Teacher Absences Impact Student Achievement? Longitudinal Evidence from One Urban School District
with Raegen T. Miller, Richard J. Murnane: w13356

Published: Do Teacher Absences Impact Student Achievement? Longitudinal Evidence from One Urban School District Raegen T. Miller, Richard J. Murnane and John B. Willett Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Vol. 30, No. 2 (Jun., 2008), pp. 181-200 Published by: American Educational Research Association

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