Research Findings from the Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System ( TVAAS ) Database : Implications for Educational Evaluation and Research

@inproceedings{Sanders2001ResearchFF,
  title={Research Findings from the Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System ( TVAAS ) Database : Implications for Educational Evaluation and Research},
  author={William L. Sanders and Sandra Horn},
  year={2001}
}
The Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System determines the effectiveness of school systems, schools, and teachers based on student academic growth over time. An integral part of TVAAS is a massive, longitudinally merged database linking students and student outcomes to the schools and systems in which they are enrolled and to the teachers to whom they are assigned as they transition from grade to grade. Research conducted utilizing data from the TVAAS database has shown that race, socioeconomic… CONTINUE READING
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