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Value-added (VA) measures are currently the predominant approach used to compare the effectiveness of schools. The present study builds on this pioneering work by using RD and VA designs to estimate school effects at system and school level, comparing estimates from several measurement designs.
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School effectiveness and school improvement (Lisse, Netherlands), vol 8, no. 4, p. 369–95. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Goldstein, . Myers, K. 1996. Freedom of information: towards a code of ethics for performance indicators. Value-added approaches in school evaluation: the experiences of three LEAs in England-lessons and challenges. Value-added measurement of school effectiveness: a critical revietu. Slough, United Kingdom, NFER.
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She asserts that the Value Added Models (VAM) that .
She asserts that the Value Added Models (VAM) that are increasingly being used to assess teacher effectiveness have proven to be a failure in practice, are affecting the teaching profession adversely, and, worse, cause the marginalization of underperforming students. Measurement-based education policies have dominated for the past 30 years and play integral roles in the No Child Left Behind (2002) and the Race to the Top (2009) programs
Edmonds published "Programs of School Improvement: An Overview" in 1982, describing the "correlates of effective schools", a now widely used phrase commonly associated with the later work of Lezotte. Edmonds' correlates described effective schools as the following