Dr. Matthew P. Steinberg is an Associate Professor of Education Policy in the School of Education at George Mason University. He is the Director of EdPolicyForward: The Center for Education Policy at George Mason University and a University Affiliate Faculty at the Schar School of Policy and Government. Matthew is an Affiliated Researcher with the University of Chicago Consortium on School Research, an Academic Affiliate with the Educator Impact Laboratory at Mathematica Policy Research, and an IUR Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania Institute for Urban Research. Matthew's research addresses issues of educational significance at the intersection of the economics of education and education policy, including: teacher evaluation and human capital; urban school reform; school discipline and safety; and school finance. His work informs local and national policy discussions on the impact of education policies and practices on the distribution of teacher effectiveness and the educational outcomes of students, particularly the most disadvantaged among the population. A recipient of the 2016 National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship, Matthew received his PhD in public policy from the University of Chicago. Prior to graduate study, he was an investment banker and a New York City Teaching Fellow.
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Teachers' Labor Market Responses to Performance Evaluation Reform
Experimental Evidence from Chicago Public Schools
|Does Teacher Evaluation Improve School Performance? Experimental Evidence from Chicago's Excellence in Teaching Project||Article||Oct 2015|
Suspending Chicago's Students
Differences in Discipline Practices Across Schools
Does Better Observation Make Better Teachers?
New Evidence from a Teacher Evaluation Pilot in Chicago
Student and Teacher Safety in Chicago Public Schools
The Roles of Community Context and School Social Organization