ERIC ED5. 07. 50. An Evaluation of the Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) in Chicago: Year One Impact Report.
The study examined whether the Chicago Public Schools’ Teacher Advancement Program (Chicago TAP), which provides mentoring, leadership opportunities. An evaluation of the Chicago Teacher Advancement Program (Chicago TAP). An Evaluation of the Chicago Teacher Advancement Program (Chicago TAP) After Four Years. Final Report. March 7, 2012. Steven Glazerman. Allison Seifullah. Title: Evaluation of Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) in Chicago: Description: The WWC quick review of the report 'An Evaluation of the Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) in Chicago' reviews a study that examined whether the. The Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) was developed in the late 1990s by the Milken Family Foundation as a schoolwide policy to improve schools by raising. The study reviewed in this paper examined whether the Chicago Public Schools' Teacher Advancement Program (Chicago TAP), which provides mentoring, leadership opportunities, and financial incentives to teachers, improved. “An Evaluation of the Chicago Teacher Advancement Program (Chicago TAP). “An Evaluation of the Chicago Teacher Advancement Program. ”: What Works Clearinghouse http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/quickreview.aspx?sid=213. . 6 figures and 27 footnotes.) [For related reports, see 'An Evaluation of the Teacher Advancement Program (TAP. of the Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) in Chicago: Year Two. Mathematica Policy.
Downloadable! The Teacher Advancement Program (TAP), a whole-school intervention that aims to improve schools by raising teacher quality, provides teachers with opportunities for professional growth, promotion to school.
Final Report : ERIC : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive. Topics ERIC Archive, Program Evaluation, Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Promotion, Mentors, Master Teachers, Merit Pay, Public Schools, Urban Schools, Teacher Leadership, Professional Development, Academic Achievement, Program Effectiveness, Labor Turnover, Teacher Persistence, Observation, Feedback (Response), Compensation (Remuneration), Teacher Attitudes, Administrator Attitudes, Principals, Interviews, Teacher Surveys, Glazerman, Steven, Mc. Kie, Allison, Carey, Nancy. Identifier. ERIC_ED5. Mediatypetexts. Identifier- accesshttp: //archive. ERIC_ED5. 07. 50.
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Ocr. ABBYY Fine. Reader 1. SHOW MORESHOW LESSThe Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) was developed in the late 1. Milken Family Foundation as a schoolwide policy to improve schools by raising teacher quality. Under the TAP model, teachers can earn extra pay and responsibilities through promotion to Mentor or Master Teacher and can earn annual performance bonuses based on a combination of their value added to student achievement and observed performance in the classroom. This report provides evidence on the impacts of TAP during the first year of its implementation in Chicago Public Schools (CPS).
Funded in part by a federal Teacher Incentive Fund grant, CPS began implementing its version of TAP (called "Chicago TAP") in 2. TAP schools each year of the grant's four- year implementation period. The authors designed a randomized experiment to estimate the impacts of Chicago TAP. To understand the first year of implementation of Chicago TAP they assessed how teacher development and compensation practices in TAP schools differ from practices normally implemented in Chicago public schools. They found that teachers in TAP schools reported receiving significantly more mentoring support than teachers in similar non- TAP (control) schools. While the introduction of TAP led to reported changes inside the school, these changes did not produce measurable impacts on student test scores as of March of the first year of the program. They did find evidence that TAP increased school retention.
Teachers in TAP schools did not report significantly higher satisfaction or more positive attitudes toward their principals than did control teachers. Supplemental Tables are appended.
Contains 8 footnotes, 4 figures, and 2. Year. 20. 09. Pages. Language. English.