Tamir, E. & Pearlmutter, N. (2014). DeLeT Graduates' Perceptinos of the Program and their preparedness for teaching. Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education, Brandeis University.
Tamir, E. (2014). Choosing teaching as a career in urban public Catholic and Jewish schools by graduates of elite colleges. Journal of Educational Change 15(3), 327-355.
Tamir, E. & Lesik, S. (2013). A partial least squares analysis of the factors contributing to a long-term commitment to teaching in Jewish Day Schools. Journal of Jewish Education 79 (2), 131-156.
Tamir, E. (2013). What keeps teachers in and what drives them out: Findings from a longitudinal comparative case-based study of beginning teachers in urban-public, urban-catholic, and Jewish day schools. Teachers College Record 115(6) http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16973, Date Accessed: 3/1/2013
.Tamir, E. (2013). School Quality depends on teacher quality. HaYidion, 24-25, 47
Birkeland, S., & Tamir, E. (2013). What does it mean for a school administrator to be supportive? Jewish Educational Leadership 12(1), 20-22. http://www.lookstein.org/online_journal.php?id=454
Tamir, E. (2012). How to fix our approach to evaluation research in Jewish education -- and why we need to. eJewish Philanthropy.
Tamir, E. (2012). Finding Superman: A book review. Teachers College Record. ID Number: 16943, Date Accessed: 11/29/2012 5:58:06 PM
Tamir, E. (2011). The impact of the economic recession on teachers and teaching in Jewish day schools. Private School Monitor 32(2), 1-11.
Tamir, E. & Davidson, R. (2011). Staying above the fray: Framing and conflict in the coverage of education policy debates. American Journal of Education 117(2), 233-265.
Tamir, E. & Magidin de-Kramer, R. (2011). Teacher retention and career commitments among DeLeT graduates: The intersection of teachers’ background, preparation to teaching, and school context. Journal of Jewish Education 77(2), 76-97.
Tamir, E. (2010). The retention question in context-specific teacher education: do beginning teachers and their program directors see teachers’ future career eye to eye. Teaching and Teacher Education 26(3), 665-678.
Tamir, E. (2010). Capital, power, and the struggle over teacher certification. Educational Policy 24(3), 465-499.
Tamir, E., Feiman-Nemser, S., Silvera-Sasson, R. & Cytryn, J. (2010). The DeLeT Alumni Survey: A Comprehensive Report on the Journey of Beginning Jewish Day School Teachers. Waltham, MA: Mandel Center for Studies in Jewish Education. http://www.brandeis.edu/mandel/pdfs/A151%20DeLeT%20Alumni%20Report%20M12.pdf
Tamir, E. (2009). Choosing to teach in urban schools among graduates of elite colleges. Urban Education 44(5), 522-544.
Tamir, E. (2008). Theorizing the politics of educational reform: The case of New Jersey’s alternate route to teacher certification. American Journal of Education, 115(1), 65-95.
Wilson, S., & Tamir, E. (2008). The evolving field of teacher education: How understanding challenge(r)s might improve the preparation of teachers. In: M. Cochran-Smith, & S. Feiman-Nemser (Eds.), Handbook of research on teacher education: Enduring issues in changing contexts (Third Edition). Association of Teacher Educators.
Menahem, G., Tamir, E., & Shavit, Y. (2008). The transformation of higher education in Israel in the 1990s. In: A. Yogev (ed.), Higher education expansion in Israel. Tel Aviv: Ramot Press, Tel Aviv University.
Shavit, Y., Ayalon, H., Menahem, G., Bolotin C. S., & Tamir, E. (2006). Diversification and stratification in Israeli higher education. In U. Cohen, E. B. Refael, A. Bareli, and E. Yaar (eds.) Israel and modernity: A festschrift for Moshe Lissak. Ben-Gurion University Press.
Tamir, E., & Wilson, S. (2005). Who should guard the gates: Evidentiary and professional warrants for claiming jurisdiction. Journal of Teacher Education, 56(4), 332-342.
Shavit, Y., & Tamir, E. (2002). Expansion and inequality of opportunity in higher education. In: G. Bettin Lattes (ed.), Mutamenti in Europa - Lezioni di sociologia. University of Florence Press.
Tamir, E. (2013). Evaluation of the CETE’s Urban Teacher Leadership Institute. Invited report by CETE’s Urban Teacher Leadership Institute for the Ford Foundation.
Current Academic Activities
Invited member - Editorial Board, Sage Open (refereed peer reviewed journal), 2013 - present
Invited member - Israel Literacy Measurement Advisory Group Panel (The Cohen Center and Shustermann Center at Brandeis University), 2013
Invited member - Academic Oversight Committee Member, Jewish Survey Question Bank (Led by Prof. Steven Cohen), New York University, 2011 - 2013