Michael W. Kirst
Getting Beyond the Facts: Reforming California School Finance. Alan Bersin, former California Secretary of Education, Michael W. Kirst, Stanford University, & Goodwin Liu, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, October 2007.
Similar English Learner Students, Different Results: Why Do Some Schools Do Better? Trish Williams, EdSource, Kenji Hakuta, Stanford University, Ed Haertel, Stanford University, Michael Kirst, Stanford University (Mountain View, CA: EdSource) 2007.
Highly Successful Schools: What Do They Do Differently and at What Cost? Maria Perez, Institute for Research on Education Policy and Practice, Stanford University, & Miguel Socias, American Institutes for Research, February, 2008.
An underlying premise of many resource adequacy studies is that
reaching a specified set of educational outcomes is directly dependent
on the level of resources. This article analyzes resource allocation
practices among successful schools, low-performing schools, and average
public schools in California.
Where Should Student Teachers Learn to Teach? Effects of Field Placement School Characteristics on
Teacher Retention & Effectiveness. Ronfeldt, Matthew.
Stanford University. April 2010.