Public Use Files from the National Evaluation of Teach For America

Public Use Files from the National Evaluation of Teach For America

Published: Jun 09, 2004
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research
Associated Project

National Evaluation of Teach For America

Time frame: 2001-2004

Prepared for:

The Smith Richardson Foundation

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Carnegie Corporation

Authors

Paul T. Decker

Daniel P. Mayer

Steven Glazerman

These files from Mathematica’s large-scale random assignment study are for public use by the research community. Findings from the data, including a description of the study design, are reported in Paul Decker, Daniel Mayer, and Steven Glazerman, “The Effects of Teach for America on Students: Findings from a National Evaluation.” Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research, June 2004.

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