Statistical Inference When Classroom Quality is Measured With Error

  title={Statistical Inference When Classroom Quality is Measured With Error},
  author={Stephen W. Raudenbush and Sally Sadoff},
A dramatic shift in research priorities has recently produced a large number of ambitious randomized trials in K-12 education. In most cases, the aim is to improve student academic learning by improving classroom instruction. Embedded in these studies are theories about how the quality of classroom must improve if these interventions are to succeed. The problem of measuring classroom quality then emerges as a major concern. This article first considers how errors of measurement reduce… CONTINUE READING

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