Susan Moore Johnson is the Jerome T. Murphy Research Professor of Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She studies, teaches, and consults about teacher policy, organizational change, and administrative practice. A former high school teacher and administrator, Johnson has a continuing interest in the work of teachers and the reform of schools. She has studied the leadership of superintendents and organization of school districts, the effects of collective bargaining on schools, the priorities of local teacher union leaders, teacher evaluation, the use of incentive pay plans for teachers, and the school as a context for adult work. Currently, Johnson directs the Project on the Next Generation of Teachers.