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AERA Annual Meetings
New Orleans, Louisiana, April 1-5, 2002

"Validity and Value in Educational Research"



1.15 Paper Session, Monday April 1, 12:00 to 2:00 PM, Marriott, Mardi Gras B, 3rd Floor

Chair: Jerry Mathews, Idaho State University
Discussant:  Steve Fleischman, Education Quality Institute

Papers

  • A Four-Year Completion and Status Dropout Rate: Ten Years in the Making!  Bobby J. Franklin, Shana N. Corvers, and Berbard Rose, Louisiana Department of Education.

  • An Examination of School District Accountability Indicators Available on State Department of Education Web Sites for Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Kentucky, and Tennessee.   Marie Miller-Whitehead, TVEE.ORG

  • Making Stakeholder Perceptions Count in School Accountability: Reporting Survey Results via an Interactive Web-based Reporting System.  James E. Griffith, Montgomery County (MD) Public Schools.

  • Computing the Value of a School Performance Trend.  Colin A. Martin and Carrie Booher, Gwinnett County Public Schools.

  • Return on Investment Indicators in Education .  Mark L. Davison, Jeffrey R. Harring, and Margret L. Irish, University of Minnesota.

Paper Discussions (Sessions 13.74 to 13.77), Tuesday, April 2, 10:35 to 11:15 AM, Sheraton, 816 - 828, 8th floor

  • 13.74. Using Cluster Analysis to Identify Disparities Among School Districts.   Gilbert N. Andrada, Connecticut State Department of Education.

  • 13.75. Investigating the Quality of a Teacher Education Program.   Dawson R. Hancock, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

  • 13.76. Administrative Records to Examine High School Completion Rates.   Lee M. Hoffman and Beth A. Young, National Center for Education Statistics.

  • 13.77. A Close Look at Iowa Public School Teacher Salaries  Xiaoping Wang, Iowa Department of Education.

34.29 Business Meeting and Invited Panel, Wednesday April 3, 6:15 to 8:15 PM, Marriott, Mardi Gras H, 3rd floor

Business Meeting

Chair:  Peter Prowda, Connecticut State Department of Education
Program Chair: Ellen Forte Fast, AIR
Secretary/Treasurer: Mark Davison, University of Minnesota

Panel: Accountability and Reporting Requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001

Moderator:
Ellen Forte Fast, AIR

Presenter:
Sue Rigney, Team Leader, Office of Compensatory Education, U.S. Department of Education

Reactors:
Cherry Kugle, Senior Director of the Division of Performance Reporting, Texas Education Agency
Mary E. Yakimowski, Research, Evaluation and Accountability Officer, Baltimore City Public School System

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