Female Principals Are Paid Less Than Men. That’s a Big Concern (by Denisa R. Superville)

by jln2115@illinois.edu (Jennifer Nelson)  /   Apr 26, 2021

A recent study on gender pay gaps in the principalship was recently published in the Economics of Education Review and covered by Ed Week. Co-authored by Jennifer Nelson (assistant professor of EPOL) with Jason Grissom, Jennifer Timmer, and Richard Blissett, the study finds evidence of a pay gap using administrative data from the state of Missouri, as well as in national data.