Disruption , learning , and the heterogeneous benefits of smaller classes


Prior research suggests that the benefits from smaller classesmay vary along multiple dimensions. In this paperwe develop a flexiblemodel of education production that incorporates the classroom-level time lost to disruption and the rate of learning during productive time as a function of teacher quality and individual propensity to acquire knowledge. We… (More)

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