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Welcome to the Profit of Education website. Continuing the conversation begun in the book Profit of Education, we discuss the latest economic evidence on education reform.

Teacher job security

For all the talk of both fluctuating education budgets and increased teacher evaluations, teaching remains a remarkably secure job. The latest figures from the School and Staffing Survey (Table 8, giving 2010-2011 data) show that, nationwide, less than two percent … Continue reading

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Teacher attitudes toward job security

One of the definite downsides of the education reform movement is that some of the changes damage teacher morale. Here’s a depressing graph taken from survey data reported in the Digest of Education Statistics. Look at the upsurge in the … Continue reading

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