Bias or Behavior? Using Differences Between Teacher Reports and Administrative Records to Identify Bias in Teacher Perceptions of Student Behavior

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Non-cognitive skills contribute to both academic and labor market success. In the classroom, teachers often rely on their assessments of students’ non-cognitive abilities when evaluating overall student performance and when recommending students for advanced or remedial class placement. Given the potential impact on long-term student outcomes, it is… (More)

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@inproceedings{Francis2013BiasOB, title={Bias or Behavior? Using Differences Between Teacher Reports and Administrative Records to Identify Bias in Teacher Perceptions of Student Behavior}, author={Dania V. Francis}, year={2013} }