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Factors Influencing High School Student Achievement in Nepal
brs2016@garnet.acns.fsu.eduThis study investigated the effect of resources and class size on studentachievement. A sample of 30 high schools and 152 teachers involved in teaching556 classrooms wereExpand
Factors Influencing College Readiness: A Multilevel Study to Measure School Effects
This paper explored the significant student and school level predictors of college readiness in reading and the mathematics employing a two-level hierarchical generalized linear model (HGLM). TheExpand
Predicting High School Graduation and Dropout Using a Hierarchical Generalized Linear Model Approach
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This paper predicts high school graduation and dropout using important predictors, such as student achievement, discipline, absenteeism, and student/school poverty, which are of interest for a large Florida school District. Expand
Measuring Teacher Effectiveness through Hierarchical Linear Models: Exploring Predictors of Student Achievement and Truancy
This study explored significant predictors of student’s Grade Point Average (GPA) and truancy (days absent), and also determined teacher effectiveness based on proportion of variance explained atExpand
Predicting High School Graduation and Dropout for At-Risk Students: A Multilevel Approach to Measure School Effectiveness
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At-risk students' graduation and dropout statuses are predicted employing a two-level hierarchical generalized linear model (HGLM) where the study found the significant effects of student and school level academic and disciplinary factors. Expand
Predicting Gain Scores with Hierarchical Linear Models: A Value-Added Approach to Measure Teacher Effectiveness
In this article, we predicted students’ mathematics gain scores employing two-level hierarchical linear models (HLM) through value-added approach using data from one of the largest urban schoolExpand
Are School Factors Important for Measuring Teacher Effectiveness? A Multilevel Technique to Predict Student Gains through a Value-Added Approach
This paper investigated the effect of teacher quality, represented by teacher level characteristics, on mathematics gain scores employing a three-level hierarchical linear model (HLM) throughExpand
Factors Influencing College Readiness: A Multilevel Study to Measure School Effectiveness
This paper explored the significant student and school level predictors of college readiness in reading and the mathematics employing a two-level hierarchical generalized linear model (HGLM).  TheExpand
Multilevel Predictors Influencing Reading Achievement: Comparison of Teacher Effects in Elementary, Middle and High Schools
This paper determined significant predictors of reading achievement at student and teacher levels employing a two-level hierarchical linear model (HLM). Teacher effects were computed for elementary,Expand
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