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Jason Grissom Associate Professor of Public Policy and Education

An expert in K-12 leadership and policy and the impacts of school and district leaders on teacher and student outcomes.

Biography

Using large data sets, Jason Grissom's research draws on the perspectives of political science, public administration and economics to understand the governance of K-12 education, including both its leadership/management and political dimensions. He is particularly interested in identifying the impacts of school and district leaders on teacher and student outcomes and has conducted research on principal effectiveness, human capital decision-making in schools, school board governance, and turnover among teachers, principals and superintendents.

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