How policymakers define ‘evidence’: The politics of research use in New Orleans

Huriya Jabbar, Priya Goel La Londe, Elizabeth Debray, Janelle Scott, Christopher Lubienski

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Abstract

Public school systems across the United States have seen unprecedented expansion of incentive-based reforms, such as teacher performance pay, school choice, new governance forms, and alternative pathways to teaching and leadership. These reforms, many of which have had mixed results in evaluations of their effectiveness, are spreading despite a lack of research to show that such expansion is warranted.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationOnly in New Orleans
Subtitle of host publicationSchool Choice and Equity Post-Hurricane Katrina
PublisherSense Publishers
Pages286-303
Number of pages18
ISBN (Electronic)9789463001007
ISBN (Print)9789463000994
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2015

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Jabbar, H., La Londe, P. G., Debray, E., Scott, J., & Lubienski, C. (2015). How policymakers define ‘evidence’: The politics of research use in New Orleans. In Only in New Orleans: School Choice and Equity Post-Hurricane Katrina (pp. 286-303). Sense Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6300-100-7_16

How policymakers define ‘evidence’ : The politics of research use in New Orleans. / Jabbar, Huriya; La Londe, Priya Goel; Debray, Elizabeth; Scott, Janelle; Lubienski, Christopher.

Only in New Orleans: School Choice and Equity Post-Hurricane Katrina. Sense Publishers, 2015. p. 286-303.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Jabbar, H, La Londe, PG, Debray, E, Scott, J & Lubienski, C 2015, How policymakers define ‘evidence’: The politics of research use in New Orleans. in Only in New Orleans: School Choice and Equity Post-Hurricane Katrina. Sense Publishers, pp. 286-303. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6300-100-7_16
Jabbar H, La Londe PG, Debray E, Scott J, Lubienski C. How policymakers define ‘evidence’: The politics of research use in New Orleans. In Only in New Orleans: School Choice and Equity Post-Hurricane Katrina. Sense Publishers. 2015. p. 286-303 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6300-100-7_16
Jabbar, Huriya ; La Londe, Priya Goel ; Debray, Elizabeth ; Scott, Janelle ; Lubienski, Christopher. / How policymakers define ‘evidence’ : The politics of research use in New Orleans. Only in New Orleans: School Choice and Equity Post-Hurricane Katrina. Sense Publishers, 2015. pp. 286-303
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