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This article develops quantitative methods for program evaluation and applies this approach to a flagship National Science Foundation–funded education research program, Research and Evaluation on Education in Science and Engineering (REESE). Results of three different bibliometric analyses all point to the same conclusion: REESE is an interdisciplinary research program that attracts highly productive investigators who exhibit an additional increase in their productivity rate as a result of receiving REESE funding.
Updated: Apr. 15, 2015
The dialogue re-presented in this article is intended to foster mutual engagement—and opportunity for learning—across different perspectives on research within the education research community. Opening and closing comments set the dialogue in historical context, highlight issues raised, and suggest next steps for collaborative learning from the diversity of perspectives in our field.
Updated: Jan. 31, 2010
Assessing the Effects of Small School Size on Mathematics Achievement: A Propensity Score-Matching Approach
Small schools have been promoted as an educational reform that is capable of improving student outcomes.This study investigates the potential effect of attending smaller schools on student mathematics achievement using propensity score matching techniques. This study suggests that creating smaller schools might not be the best mechanism to raise student achievement.
Updated: Dec. 17, 2008