The causal effect of student mobility on standardized test performance: A case study with possible implications for accountability mandates within the elementary and secondary education act

© 2016 Selya, Engel-Rebitzer, Dierker, Stephen, Rose, Coffman and Otis. This paper presents a limited case study examining the causal inference of student mobility on standardized test performance, within one middle-class high school in suburban Connecticut. Administrative data were used from a district public high school enrolling 319 10th graders in 2010. Propensity score methods were used to estimate the causal effect of student mobility on Math, Science, Reading, and Writing portions of the Connecticut...
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