Schools, Classrooms, and Pupils - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780125829106, 9781483219813

Schools, Classrooms, and Pupils

1st Edition

International Studies of Schooling from a Multilevel Perspective

Editors: Stephen W. Raudenbush J. Douglas Willms
eBook ISBN: 9781483219813
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th February 1991
Page Count: 274
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Description

Schools, Classrooms, and Pupils: International Studies of Schooling from a Multilevel Perspective examines "multilevel" or "hierarchical" linear models of research on schooling and the statistical and computational issues that arise in applying them. Some of the likely benefits of using multilevel methods to study schools and classrooms are also discussed, including the increased credibility of the statistical findings.

Comprised of 15 chapters, this book begins by considering how the explicit modeling of the organizational structure of schooling creates new opportunities for research. After presenting a basic guide to the techniques of multilevel modeling, the effect of school, class, and individual variables on science achievement in Israeli elementary schools is analyzed using a two-level hierarchical model, with emphasis on reform in the science curriculum which began in the early 1970s. Subsequent chapters focus on the use of multilevel models to link educational progress with curriculum coverage; trends in attainment in Scottish secondary schools; the technical and vocational education initiative in Britain; and sex discrimination in teachers' salary.

This monograph should be of considerable interest to students, teachers, school administrators, researchers, and educational policymakers.

Table of Contents


Contributors

Preface

Acknowledgments

Section I. Introduction

Chapter I. The Organisation of Schooling and its Methodological Implications

Chapter 2. An Introduction to Multilevel Modelling

Section II· Curriculum Coverage

Chapter 3. Curricular Change and Science Achievement in Israeli Elementary Schools

Chapter 4. Schooling and Achievement: Additive versus Interactive Models

Chapter 5. Using Multilevel Models to Link Educational Progess with Curriculum Coverage

Section III. Performance Indicators

Chapter 6. Multilevel Modelling in an Indicator System

Chapter 7. Trends in Attainment in Scottish Secondary Schools

Chapter 8. Interdependency of Performance Indicators: An Empirical Study in a Categorical School System

Chapter 9. Searching for Multivariate Outcomes in Education

Chapter 10. School Effects on Mathematics Achievement Gain in Thailand

Section Iv, Studying Educational Interventions

Chapter 11. Assessing the Impact of a Decentralised Initiative: The British Technical and Vocational Education Initiative

Chapter 12. The Relationship between Kindergarten Screening Measures and Grade Three Achievement

Section V. The Life of Teachers

Chapter 13. The Specialization of Teachers' Work: An Initial Exploration

Chapter 14. School Climate in Secondary Schools

Chapter 15. Sex Discrimination in Teachers' Salary

Index

Details

No. of pages:
274
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1991
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483219813

About the Editor

Stephen W. Raudenbush

J. Douglas Willms