Teaching talent : a visionary framework for human capital in education / edited by Rachel E. Curtis and Judy Wurtzel

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Subjects: Teachers--Training of--United States
Teachers--Recruiting--United States
Teachers--Selection and appointment--United States
Teacher turnover--United States
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Cambridge, MA : Harvard Education Press, c2010
LC Classification: L, LB
Physical Description: xvii, 253 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Table of Contents: Introduction. Education Is a People Business / Rachel E. Curtis 1
Pt. I. Making Human Capital Management a Priority
Ch. 1. Managing Human Capital to Improve Student Achievement: Five Levers That Affect Teaching Quality / Rachel E. Curtis 17
Ch. 2. Using Data to Support Human Capital Development in School Districts: Measures to Track the Effectiveness of Teachers and Principals / Laurence B. Stanton, Kavita Kapadia Matsko 39
Ch. 3. The Principal as Human Capital Manager: Lessons from the Private Sector / Tony Milanowski, Steven Kimball 69
Ch. 4. Principals as Leaders of Learning: A Redefinition of Skills and Responsibilities / Sandra J. Stein, Rachel E. Curtis 91
Pt. II. Recruiting, Retaining, and Leveraging Talent
Ch. 5. Attracting and Retaining Strong Teachers: A Model of High Support and High Accountability / Robert Schwartz, Mindy Hernandez, Jane Ngo 113
Ch. 6. Creating and Sustaining Urban Teacher Residencies: A New Way to Recruit, Prepare, and Retain Effective Teachers in High-Needs Districts / Barnett Berry, Diana Montgomery, Rachel E. Curtis, Mindy Hernandez, Judy Wurtzel, Jon D. Snyder 129
Ch. 7. Keeping Second-Stage Teachers on the Radar Screen: An Agenda for Recognizing High-Hying Teachers After Tenure / Jane Hannaway, Brad Jupp 151
Ch. 8. Weaving the Pieces Together: A Framework for Managing Human Capital in Schools / Rachel E. Curtis 171
Conclusion. Creating the Conditions for Success / Rachel E. Curtis 197
App. A. Further Resources 209
App. B. Extended Case Studies of Private-Sector Human Capital Management Programs 215
Notes 217
About the Editors 227
About the Contributors 229
Index 235
Additional Authors: Curtis, Rachel E
Wurtzel, Judy
Notes: LCCN: 2009942747
ISBN: 193474249X (pbk.)
ISBN: 9781934742495 (pbk.)
ISBN: 1934742503 (lib. ed.)
ISBN: 9781934742501 (lib. ed.)
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents: Education is a people business / Rachel E. Curtis -- Managing human capital to improve student achievement : five levers that affect teaching quality / Rachel E. Curtis -- Using data to support human capital development in school districts : measures to track the effectiveness of teachers and principals / Laurence B. Stanton and Kavita Kapadia Matsko -- The principal as human capital manager : lessons from the private sector / Tony Milanowski and Steven Kimball -- Principals as leaders of learning : a redefinition of skills and responsibilities / Sandra J. Stein and Rachel E. Curtis -- Attracting and retaining strong teachers : a model of high support and high accountability / Robert Schwartz, Mindy Hernandez, and Jane Ngo -- Creating and sustaining urban teacher residencies : a new way to recruit, prepare, and retain effective teachers in high-needs districts / Barnett Berry ... [et al.] -- Keeping second-stage teachers on the radar screen : an agenda for recognizing high-flying teachers after tenure / Jane Hannaway and Brad Jupp -- Weaving the pieces together : a framework for managing human capital in schools / Rachel E. Curtis -- Creating the conditions for success / Rachel E. Curtis
OCLC Number: 502359909
ISBN/ISSN: 193474249X