The Haberman Educational Foundation is a not-for-profit foundation chartered in 1994 in accordance with the research of Martin Haberman for selecting the best teachers and principals for the children and youth of America.
The unified and single goal of the Haberman Educational Foundation is to teach and implement research-based models for identifying teachers and administrators, particularly those who serve students at risk and in poverty.
Chartered in 1994 to promote and disseminate the research of Dr. Martin Haberman, The Haberman Educational Foundation, Inc. believes that for the many children and youth in America who live in poverty, having good teachers and principals is a high-stakes endeavor. Good teachers could give these children at least an opportunity to pursue the American dream. For this reason, teachers and administrators have to be good. To that end and for 40 years, Dr. Martin Haberman, Distinguished Professor, University Wisconsin, Milwaukee, developed, researched, refined, and replicated research in the area of teacher and administrator selection . His pioneering efforts are now being highlighted in over 150 school districts all across America, especially in areas where there are large numbers of children at risk.