Li Feng
Li Feng
Associate Professor of Economics, Texas State University
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TitleCited byYear
Value added of teachers in high-poverty schools and lower poverty schools
TR Sass, J Hannaway, Z Xu, DN Figlio, L Feng
Journal of Urban Economics 72 (2-3), 104-122, 2012
2432012
Teacher Quality and Teacher Mobility. Working Paper 57.
L Feng, T Sass
National Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research, 2011
136*2011
What Makes Special-Education Teachers Special?: Teacher Training and Achievement of Students with Disabilities
L Feng, TR Sass
The Urban Institute, 2010
136*2010
Teacher quality and teacher mobility
L Feng, TR Sass
Education Finance and Policy 12 (3), 396-418, 2017
1322017
Teacher Quality and Teacher Mobility
L Feng
The Urban Institute, 2011
132*2011
Opportunity wages, classroom characteristics, and teacher mobility
L Feng
Southern Economic Journal 75 (4), 1165-1190, 2009
1272009
Hire today, gone tomorrow: New teacher classroom assignments and teacher mobility
L Feng
Education Finance and Policy 5 (3), 278-316, 2010
1162010
What makes special-education teachers special? Teacher training and achievement of students with disabilities
L Feng, TR Sass
Economics of Education Review 36, 122-134, 2013
972013
What makes special-education teachers special? Teacher training and achievement of students with disabilities
L Feng, TR Sass
Economics of Education Review 36, 122–134, 2013
972013
Hire today, gone tomorrow: The determinants of attrition among public school teachers
L Feng
892005
School accountability and teacher mobility
L Feng, DN Figlio, T Sass
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010
832010
School accountability and teacher mobility
L Feng, DN Figlio, T Sass
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010
832010
What Makes Special Education Teachers Special? Teacher Training and Achievement of Students with Disabilities. Working Paper 49.
L Feng, TR Sass
National Center for Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Education Research, 2010
412010
The Impact of Incentives to Recruit and Retain Teachers in “Hard‐to‐Staff” Subjects
L Feng, TR Sass
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 2017
322017
Seniority provisions in collective bargaining agreements and the “Teacher Quality Gap”
L Cohen-Vogel, L Feng, LT Osborne-Lampkin
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 35 (3), 324-343, 2013
292013
Combating teacher shortages: Who leaves, who moves, and why
L Feng
Florida State University, 2006
252006
Special education teacher quality and student achievement
L Feng, TR Sass
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2009
242009
Teacher placement, mobility, and occupational choices after teaching
L Feng
Education Economics 22 (1), 24-47, 2014
232014
Family learning environment and early literacy: A comparison of bilingual and monolingual children
L Feng, Y Gai, X Chen
Economics of Education Review 39, 110-130, 2014
182014
School accountability and teacher mobility
L Feng, D Figlio, T Sass
Journal of Urban Economics 103, 1-17, 2018
122018
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