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Teacher Quality Data Releases Have Unintended Consequences on Neighborhood and School Demographics


by Elizabeth I. Rivera Rodas - February 08, 2019

Using New York City as an example, the author of this commentary argues that the public release of teacher quality data impacts neighborhood and school demographics.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 08, 2019
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22668, Date Accessed: 4/25/2019 4:15:46 AM

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  • Elizabeth Rivera Rodas
    Montclair State University
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    ELIZABETH IRIS RIVERA RODAS holds a joint PhD in Economics and Urban Educational Policy from Rutgers University, a MS in Social Research from Hunter College at the City University of New York and a BA in Economics from Barnard College, Columbia University. Dr. Rivera Rodas is an Assistant Professor of Quantitative Methods and Sociology of Education in the Department of Educational Foundations in the College of Education and Human Services at Montclair State University. Her research uses advanced econometrics to study the impact of public policies on racial and socioeconomic disparities in educational access, quality, and achievement.
 
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