Research Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Education
Director, National Center on Performance Incentives
Matthew G. Springer is a research assistant professor of public policy and education at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University and director of the National Center on Performance Incentives. Currently, Professor Springer is researching three areas: the impact of performance-based incentives on students and teachers; schools’ strategic resource-allocation decisions in response to No Child Left Behind; and the impact of school finance litigation on resource distribution. He is coauthor of the textbook, Modern Education Finance and Policy (2006); co-editor with Mark Berends and Herbert J. Walberg of Charter School Outcomes (2008); and co-editor with Professors Berends, Walberg and Dale Ballou of Handbook of Research on School Choice (in press).
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