Department of Quantitative Social Science The choice between fixed and random effects models: some considerations for educational research

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We discuss the use of fixed and random effects models in the context of educational research and set out the assumptions behind the two modelling approaches. To illustrate the issues that should be considered when choosing between these approaches, we analyse the determinants of pupil achievement in primary school, using data from the Avon Longitudinal… (More)

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@inproceedings{Clarke2010DepartmentOQ, title={Department of Quantitative Social Science The choice between fixed and random effects models: some considerations for educational research}, author={Paul Clarke and Claire A Crawford and F M Steele and Anna Vignoles}, year={2010} }