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Susan Moore Johnson
Susan Moore Johnson
Professor of Education, Harvard University
Verified email at gse.harvard.edu
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Pursuing a “sense of success”: New teachers explain their career decisions
SM Johnson, SE Birkeland
American educational research journal 40 (3), 581-617, 2003
19222003
Teachers at work: Achieving success in our schools.
SM Johnson
Basic Books, 1990
16281990
How context matters in high-need schools: The effects of teachers’ working conditions on their professional satisfaction and their students’ achievement
SM Johnson, MA Kraft, JP Papay
Teachers college record 114 (10), 1-39, 2012
14912012
Teacher turnover in high-poverty schools: What we know and can do
N Simon, SM Johnson
Teachers College Record 117 (3), 1-36, 2015
12092015
Who stays in teaching and why?: A review of the literature on teacher retention
SM Johnson, JH Berg, ML Donaldson
Project on the Next Generation of Teachers, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 2005
9762005
Finders and keepers: Helping new teachers survive and thrive in our schools.
SMTPNGT Johnson
Jossey-Bass, An Imprint of Wiley, 2004
905*2004
Leading to Change: The Challenge of the New Superintendency. Jossey-Bass Education Series.
SM Johnson
Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers, 350 Sansome Street, San Francisco, CA 94104., 1996
7901996
“Lost at sea”: New teachers’ experiences with curriculum and assessment
D Kauffman, SM Johnson, SM Kardos, E Liu, HG Peske
Teachers College Record 104 (2), 273-300, 2002
6562002
Counting on colleagues: New teachers encounter the professional cultures of their schools
SM Kardos, SM Johnson, HG Peske, D Kauffman, E Liu
Educational administration quarterly 37 (2), 250-290, 2001
6322001
The workplace matters: Teacher quality, retention and effectiveness
SM Johnson
National Education Association, 2006
546*2006
Incentives for teachers: What motivates, what matters
SM Johnson
Educational Administration Quarterly 22 (3), 54-79, 1986
4771986
On their own and presumed expert: New teachers’ experience with their colleagues
SM Kardos, SM Johnson
Teachers College Record 109 (9), 2083-2106, 2007
4732007
Keeping New Teachers in Mind.
SM Johnson, SM Kardos
Educational Leadership 59 (6), 12-16, 2002
4542002
New teachers' experiences of hiring: Late, rushed, and information-poor
E Liu, SM Johnson
Educational administration quarterly 42 (3), 324-360, 2006
4262006
The Support Gap: New Teachers' Early Experiences in High-Income and Low-Income Schools.
SM Johnson, SM Kardos, D Kauffman, E Liu, ML Donaldson
Education policy analysis archives 12 (61), n61, 2004
3312004
The schools that teachers choose
SM Johnson, SE Birkeland
Educational Leadership 60 (8), 20-20, 2003
3262003
Overcoming the Obstacles to Leadership
SM Johnson, ML Donaldson
Counterpoints 408, 211-217, 2011
298*2011
New teachers’ experiences of mentoring: The good, the bad, and the inequity
SM Kardos, SM Johnson
Journal of Educational Change 11, 23-44, 2010
2932010
Teach for America Teachers: How Long do They Teach? Why do They Leave?
ML Donaldson, SM Johnson
Phi Delta Kappan 93 (2), 47-51, 2011
2892011
The price of misassignment: The role of teaching assignments in Teach for America teachers’ exit from low-income schools and the teaching profession
ML Donaldson, SM Johnson
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 32 (2), 299-323, 2010
2742010
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