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Collection: Faculty Working Papers  
 
Title Does Principal Pay Matter? An Analysis of Principal Compensation and School Performance in Colorado K-12 Public Schools
Author Carlson, David K.
Johnson, Daniel K. N.
Type of Resource text
Digital Origin born digital
Date Created 2010-08
Abstract Compensation of K-12 school principals, and the effect that it has on the performance of the schools they lead, has become a relevant policy debate in recent years. This study examines the relationship between principal salaries and student performance on Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) tests by using multivariate quintile regressions on data from the 2002-2005 school years. Controlling for differences in cost of living across districts, a positive correlation between principal salaries and student CSAP scores was found, particularly in the mathematics section of the test. However, the percentage of a school’s students on free and reduced lunch and teacher salaries were found to have a larger impact on student performance.
Keywords principal
compensation
salary
education
leadership
CSAP
administration
school performance
Colorado
assessment
Rights Statement Copyright restrictions apply. Contact the author for permission to publish.
Note (admin) Acquired from Department of Economics and Business. Saved as PDF/A1.b using Adobe Acrobat Professional.
Language eng
Extent 26 p. : ill.
Local Identifier 2010-09
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/10176/coccc:3143
 
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