Learning more from the practice of educational trials - some methodological developments

 
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RSS sections/special interest groups, Social Statistics Section

Monday 23 September 2019, 11:00am - 01:00pm

 
Location Location: Royal Statistical Society, 12 Errol St, London EC1Y 8LX

About the event:

The meeting follows up the Social Statistics Section meeting in 2015 which identified the need to power trials to understand their impact on disadvantaged groups. It is also linked to the afternoon meeting reviewing the experience of 100 years of trials in education (separate registration required). This event will be of a more technical nature, aimed at researchers interested in education trial development, and in understanding social inequalities in policy experiments.

Full Abstracts available here

Speakers

Chair: Harvey Goldstein (University of Bristol)
Zhi Min Xiao (University of Exeter) -  "The case against Perfection in the Mean: Pupil Advantage Index as a step towards Personalised Intervention"
Ben Weidmann (Harvard University & Education Endowment Foundation) - "Lurking inferential monsters? Quantifying selection bias in non-experimental evaluations of school programs"
Thomas King (Social Statistics Section committee)

Event Fees:

Concessionary Fellow:£15
CStat/GradStat: £18
Fellows: 20
None of the above: £30

Download PDF: Slides1, Slides2, Slides3


The registration fee includes lunch and refreshments throughout the morning.

Registration with payment is required. Please register here.

 

Organiser Name Thomas King

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