Indicators & Profiles SIG
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
- 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
34.29 Business Meeting and Invited Panel, Wednesday April 3, 6:15 to 8:15 PM, Marriott, Mardi Gras H, 3rd 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.
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
Ellen Forte Fast, AIR
Sue Rigney, Team Leader, Office of Compensatory Education, U.S. Department of Education
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