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From Table 1, page 29 of Can Teacher Quality Be Effectively Assessed?
By Dan Goldhaber & Emily Anthony

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Stone, J.E. (2002). The value-added achievement gains of NBPTS-certified teachers in Tennessee: A brief report. College of Education, East Tennessee State University.