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Report

Design Principles for a Study on Teacher Incentives

February, 2006
Jason Snipes, Janet Quint, Shelley Rappaport, Lynne Steuerle Schofield

This paper, produced by MDRC and the Laboratory for Student Success at Temple University, describes design principles for a study about the use of incentives to recruit and retain high-quality teachers for underperforming schools.

Report

Improving Classroom Practices in Head Start Settings

February, 2012
Chrishana M. Lloyd, Emily L. Modlin

This report offers lessons about using coaches to help teachers carry out a program for improving pre-kindergarteners’ social and emotional readiness for school. It addresses selection of the coaching model; coach hiring, training, support, and supervision; coaching processes; and program management, data, and quality assurance.

Despite skyrocketing health care spending, many people in the United States do not receive the health care they need. In addition to the tens of millions of Americans who lack health insurance, those with insurance often get inadequate care because the fractured American health care system makes it difficult for individuals to make appropriate health care choices.

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