Teacher and Classroom Context Effects on Student Achievement: Implications for Teacher Evaluation

@article{Sanders1997TeacherAC,
  title={Teacher and Classroom Context Effects on Student Achievement: Implications for Teacher Evaluation},
  author={William L. Sanders and Sean P. Wright and Sandra P. Horn},
  journal={Journal of Personnel Evaluation in Education},
  year={1997},
  volume={11},
  pages={57-67}
}
The Tennessee Value-Added Assessment System (TVAAS) has been designed to use statistical mixed-model methodologies to conduct multivariate, longitudinal analyses of student achievement to make estimates of school, class size, teacher, and other effects. This study examined the relative magnitude of teacher effects on student achievement while simultaneously considering the influences of intraclassroom heterogeneity, student achievement level, and class size on academic growth. The results show… CONTINUE READING

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Teacher and Classroom Context Effects on Student Achievement : Implications for Teacher Evaluation

P. Wright, S. Horn, W. Sanders
  • Journal of Personnel Evaluation in Education
  • 1997