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Oh, won't you stay: A multilevel analysis of the difficulties in retaining qualified teachers
K Omenn Strunk, JP Robinson
Peabody Journal of Education 81 (4), 65-94, 2006
2072006
Do strong unions shape district policies? Collective bargaining, teacher contract restrictiveness, and the political power of teachers’ unions
KO Strunk, JA Grissom
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 32 (3), 389-406, 2010
1952010
Justice for all? Suspension bans and restorative justice programs in the Los Angeles Unified School District
AK Hashim, KO Strunk, TK Dhaliwal
Peabody Journal of Education 93 (2), 174-189, 2018
1482018
The impact of teachers’ unions on educational outcomes: What we know and what we need to learn
JM Cowen, KO Strunk
Economics of Education Review 48, 208-223, 2015
1272015
The best laid plans: An examination of school plan quality and implementation in a school improvement initiative
KO Strunk, JA Marsh, SC Bush-Mecenas, MR Duque
Educational Administration Quarterly 52 (2), 259-309, 2016
1142016
Are teachers' unions really to blame? Collective bargaining agreements and their relationships with district resource allocation and student performance in California
KO Strunk
Education Finance and Policy 6 (3), 354-398, 2011
1082011
To what extent does in‐person schooling contribute to the spread of Covid‐19? Evidence from Michigan and Washington
D Goldhaber, SA Imberman, KO Strunk, BG Hopkins, N Brown, ...
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 41 (1), 318-349, 2022
952022
How should school districts shape teacher salary schedules? Linking school performance to pay structure in traditional compensation schemes
JA Grissom, KO Strunk
Educational Policy 26 (5), 663-695, 2012
862012
The impact of turnaround reform on student outcomes: Evidence and insights from the Los Angeles Unified School District
KO Strunk, JA Marsh, AK Hashim, S Bush-Mecenas, T Weinstein
Education Finance and Policy 11 (3), 251-282, 2016
772016
Economic incentives as a strategy for responding to teacher staffing problems: A typology of policies and practices
T Kolbe, KO Strunk
Educational administration quarterly 48 (5), 779-813, 2012
762012
All states close but red districts reopen: The politics of in-person schooling during the COVID-19 pandemic
M Grossmann, S Reckhow, KO Strunk, M Turner
Educational Researcher 50 (9), 637-648, 2021
742021
Accountability and local control: Response to incentives with and without authority over resource generation and allocation
S Loeb, K Strunk
Education Finance and Policy 2 (1), 10-39, 2007
712007
Evaluating teachers in the Big Easy: How organizational context shapes policy responses in New Orleans
JA Marsh, S Bush-Mecenas, KO Strunk, JA Lincove, A Huguet
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 39 (4), 539-570, 2017
702017
Portfolio district reform meets school turnaround: Early implementation findings from the Los Angeles Public School Choice Initiative
JA Marsh, KO Strunk, S Bush
Journal of Educational Administration 51 (4), 498-527, 2013
682013
The state role in teacher professional development and education throughout teachers' careers
S Loeb, LC Miller, KO Strunk
Education Finance and Policy 4 (2), 212-228, 2009
622009
Sorting out the signal: Do multiple measures of teachers’ effectiveness provide consistent information to teachers and principals?
KO Strunk, TL Weinstein, R Makkonen
Education Policy Analysis Archives/Archivos AnalÝticos de PolÝticasá…, 2014
612014
Accountability under constraint: The relationship between collective bargaining agreements and California schools’ and districts’ performance under No Child Left Behind
KO Strunk, A McEachin
American Educational Research Journal 48 (4), 871-903, 2011
602011
Democratic engagement in district reform: The evolving role of parents in the Los Angeles Public School Choice Initiative
JA Marsh, KO Strunk, SC Bush-Mecenas, A Huguet
Educational Policy 29 (1), 51-84, 2015
582015
Teacher staffing challenges in California: Examining the uniqueness of rural school districts
D Goldhaber, KO Strunk, N Brown, N Naito, M Wolff
Aera Open 6 (3), 2332858420951833, 2020
572020
Lessons learned from the Great Recession: Layoffs and the RIF-induced teacher shuffle
D Goldhaber, KO Strunk, N Brown, DS Knight
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 38 (3), 517-548, 2016
572016
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