Publications

2019
Susan Moore Johnson. 2019. Where Teachers Thrive: Organizing Schools for Success. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.
Nicole S. Simon, Susan Moore Johnson, and Stefanie K. Reinhorn. 2019. “Making a Match: How Successful High-Poverty Schools Hire Teachers.” EdWorking Papers. Making a Match: How Successful High-Poverty Schools Hire Teachers
2018
Susan Moore Johnson, Stefanie K. Reinhorn, and Nicole S. Simon. 2018. “Ending Isolation: The Payoff of Teacher Teams in Successful High-Poverty Urban Schools.” Teachers College Record, 120, 5, Pp. 1-46.
2017
Megin Charner-Laird, Monica Ng, Susan Moore Johnson, Matthew K. Kraft, John P. Papay, and Stefanie K. Reinhorn. 2017. “Gauging Goodness of Fit: Teachers' Assessments of Their Instructional Teams.” American Journal of Education, 123, Pp. 383-406.
Stefanie K. Reinhorn, Susan Moore Johnson, and Nicole S. Simon. 2017. “Investing in Development: Six High-Performing Schools Implement the Massachusetts Teacher Evaluation Policy.” Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis , 39, 3, Pp. 383-406.
2016
Nicole S. Simon and Susan Moore Johnson, Stefanie K. Reinhorn. 2016. “Teamwork: Time Well Spent.” Educational Leadership, 78, 8, Pp. 24-29.
2015
Matthew A. Kraft, John P. Papay, Susan Moore Johnson, Megin Charner-Laird, Monica Ng, and Stefanie K Reinhorn. 2015. “Educating Amid Uncertainty: The Organizational Supports Teachers Need to Serve Students in High-Poverty Schools.” Educational Administration Quarterly, 51, 5, Pp. 753-790.
Nicole S. Simon and Susan Moore Johnson. 2015. “Teacher Turnover in High-Poverty Schools: What We Know and Can Do.” Teachers College Record, 117, 3, Pp. 1-36.
2014
Cheryl L. Kirkpatrick and Susan Moore Johnson. 2014. “Ensuring the Ongoing Engagement of Second-Stage Teachers.” Journal of Educational Change, 15, Pp. 231-252.
Cheryl L. Kirkpatrick and Susan Moore Johnson. 2014. “Ensuring the Ongoing Engagement of Second-Stage Teachers.” Journal of Educational Change, 15, 3, Pp. 231-252.
William Marinell and Susan Moore Johnson. 2014. “Midcareer Entrants to Teaching: Who They Are and How They May, or May Not, Change Teaching.” Educational Policy, 28, 6, Pp. 741-779.
Susan Moore Johnson, Stefanie K. Reinhorn, Megin Charner-Laird, Matthew A. Kraft, Monica Ng, and John P. Papay. 2014. “Ready to Lead, But How? Teachers' Experiences in High-Poverty Urban Schools.” Teachers College Record, 116, 10, Pp. 1-50.
2012
Susan Moore Johnson. 2012. “Having it Both Ways: Building the Capacity of Individuals and their Schools.” Harvard Educational Review, 82, 1, Pp. 107-122.
Susan Moore Johnson, Matthew A. Kraft, and John P. Papay. 2012. “How Context Matters in High-Need Schools: The Effects of Teachers’ Working Conditions on their Professional Satisfaction and their Students' Achievement.” Teachers College Record, 114, 10, Pp. 1-39. Full Text Online
John P. Papay and Susan Moore Johnson. 2012. “Is PAR a good investment? Understanding the costs and benefits of teacher Peer Assistance and Review programs.” Educational Policy, 26, 5, Pp. 696-729.
Susan Moore Johnson and Sarah E. Fiarman. 2012. “The Potential of Peer Review.” Educational Leadership, 7, 3, Pp. 20-25.
Susan Moore Johnson. 2012. “R&D: Build the Capacity of Teachers and their Schools.” Phi Delta Kappan, 94, 1, Pp. 62-65.
2011
Morgaen L. Donaldson and Susan Moore Johnson. 2011. “Teach For America Teachers: How Long Do They Teach? Why Do They leave?” Phi Delta Kappan, 93, 2, Pp. 47-51.
2010
Susan Moore Johnson and John P. Papay. 2010. “Expecting Too Much of Performance Pay?” School Administrator, 67, 3.
Susan Moore Johnson and John P. Papay. 2010. “Merit Pay for a New Generation.” Educational Leadership, 67, 8.

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