Henry May
Henry May
Associate Professor of Education and Human Development, University of Delaware
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How principals and peers influence teaching and learning
J Supovitz, P Sirinides, H May
Educational Administration Quarterly 46 (1), 31-56, 2010
Recruitment, retention and the minority teacher shortage
R Ingersoll, H May
The magnitude, destinations, and determinants of mathematics and science teacher turnover
RM Ingersoll, H May
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 34 (4), 435-464, 2012
The scope of principal efforts to improve instruction
H May, JA Supovitz
Educational Administration Quarterly 47 (2), 332-352, 2011
What are the effects of teacher education and preparation on beginning teacher attrition?
R Ingersoll, L Merrill, H May
School context and individual characteristics: what influences principal practice?
E Goldring, J Huff, H May, E Camburn
Journal of Educational Administration, 2008
Retaining teachers: How preparation matters
R Ingersoll, L Merrill, H May
Educational Leadership 69 (8), 30, 2012
Establishing causality using longitudinal hierarchical linear modeling: An illustration predicting achievement from self-control
AL Duckworth, E Tsukayama, H May
Social psychological and personality science 1 (4), 311-317, 2010
The minority teacher shortage: Fact or fable?
RM Ingersoll, H May
Phi Delta Kappan 93 (1), 62-65, 2011
A longitudinal study of principals' activities and student performance
H May, J Huff, E Goldring
School effectiveness and school improvement 23 (4), 417-439, 2012
Developing a psychometrically sound assessment of school leadership: The VAL-ED as a case study
AC Porter, MS Polikoff, E Goldring, J Murphy, SN Elliott, H May
Educational Administration Quarterly 46 (2), 135-173, 2010
Investigating the validity and reliability of the Vanderbilt Assessment of Leadership in Education
AC Porter, MS Polikoff, EB Goldring, J Murphy, SN Elliott, H May
The Elementary School Journal 111 (2), 282-313, 2010
Do accountability policies push teachers out?
R Ingersoll, L Merrill, H May
Educational Leadership 73 (8), 44, 2016
Vanderbilt assessment of leadership in education: Technical manual, Version 1.0
AC Porter, J Murphy, E Goldring, SN Elliott, MS Polikoff, H May
Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University, 2008
A multilevel Bayesian item response theory method for scaling socioeconomic status in international studies of education
H May
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 31 (1), 63-79, 2006
Capturing the cumulative effects of school reform: An 11-year study of the impacts of America’s choice on student achievement
H May, JA Supovitz
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 28 (3), 231-257, 2006
Estimating the effects of interventions that are deployed in many places: Place-randomized trials
R Boruch, H May, H Turner, J Lavenberg, A Petrosino, D De Moya, ...
American Behavioral Scientist 47 (5), 608-633, 2004
Rethinking connections between research and practice in education: A conceptual framework
E Farley-Ripple, H May, A Karpyn, K Tilley, K McDonough
Educational Researcher 47 (4), 235-245, 2018
Mixing methods in randomized controlled trials (RCTs): validation, contextualization, triangulation, and control
JP Spillane, AS Pareja, L Dorner, C Barnes, H May, J Huff, E Camburn
Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability 22 (1), 5-28, 2010
Making statistics more meaningful for policy research and program evaluation
H May
American Journal of evaluation 25 (4), 525-540, 2004
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