Stuart Luppescu

Stuart Luppescu is an Affiliated Researcher at the UChicago Consortium, specializing in educational measurement. Before coming to Chicago, Stuart taught English in Japan and Hawaii for 13 years. His research interests include language acquisition, Rasch Measurement, and multi-level modeling of achievement data.

All Publications

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Early Education Essentials

Validation of Surveys Measuring Early Education Organizational Conditions

Article Dec 2018
Why Do Students Get Good Grades, or Bad Ones?  The Influence of the Teacher, Class, School, and Student Why Do Students Get Good Grades, or Bad Ones? The Influence of the Teacher, Class, School, and Student Working Paper Apr 2018
Organizing Early Education for Improvement: Testing a New Survey Tool Organizing Early Education for Improvement

Testing a New Survey Tool

Report Mar 2018
Essential Organizational Supports for Early Education: The Development of a New Survey Tool to Measure Organizational Conditions Essential Organizational Supports for Early Education

The Development of a New Survey Tool to Measure Organizational Conditions

Brief Jul 2016
Teacher Perspectives on Evaluation Reform Teacher Perspectives on Evaluation Reform

Chicago's REACH Students

Article Mar 2015
Analytic Memo: Evaluation Data from the First Year of REACH Analytic Memo

Evaluation Data from the First Year of REACH

Working Paper Nov 2014
Rethinking Teacher Evaluation in Chicago: Lessons Learned from Classroom Observations, Principal-Teacher Conferences, and District Implementation Rethinking Teacher Evaluation in Chicago

Lessons Learned from Classroom Observations, Principal-Teacher Conferences, and District Implementation

Report Nov 2011
Trends in Chicago's Schools Across Three Eras of Reform: Full Report Trends in Chicago's Schools Across Three Eras of Reform

Full Report

Report Sep 2011
Organizing Schools for Improvement: Lessons from Chicago Organizing Schools for Improvement

Lessons from Chicago

Book Jan 2010
From High School to the Future: The Pathway to 20 From High School to the Future

The Pathway to 20

Report Oct 2008
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