School Effectiveness and School Improvement
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#1George Leckie (University of Bristol)H-Index: 21
#2Lucy PriorH-Index: 3
School accountability systems increasingly hold schools to account for their performances using value-added models purporting to measure the effect of schools on student learning. The most common approach is to fit a linear regression of student current achievement on student prior achievement, where the school effects are the school means of the predicted residuals. In the literature further adjustments are made for student sociodemographics and sometimes school composition and 'non-malleable' ...
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