Assessing the Rothstein Test: Does It Really Show Teacher Value-Added Models Are Biased?
AbstractThis working paper illustratesâ€”theoretically and through simulationsâ€”that the Rothstein falsification test is not definitive in indicating bias in value-added model estimates of current teacher contributions to student learning.
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Rothstein Test; Value-Added Models; Teacher Quality; Student Achievement;
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