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state of Tennessee"s Student/Teacher Achievement Ratio (STAR) Project

state of Tennessee"s Student/Teacher Achievement Ratio (STAR) Project

technical report, 1985-1990

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Published by The Department in [Nashville, Tenn.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tennessee
    • Subjects:
    • Tennessee. Project STAR.,
    • Class size -- Tennessee -- Longitudinal studies.,
    • Academic achievement -- Tennessee -- Longitudinal studies.,
    • Kindergarten -- Tennessee -- Longitudinal studies.,
    • Education, Primary -- Tennessee -- Longitudinal studies.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (leaves 313-322).

      Statementprepared by Tennessee State Department of Education, Elizabeth R. Word, Project STAR director ... [et al.].
      ContributionsWord, Elizabeth R., Tennessee. Project STAR.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB3013.2 .S73 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 322 leaves :
      Number of Pages322
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1239278M
      LC Control Number94620595

        To give you an example, a school that has a student-teacher ratio would have ten times as many students as full-time teachers. Student-teacher ratio is important for a number of reasons. For one thing, it can be used as a tool to measure teacher workload as well as the allocation of resources, particularly in public schools. Angrist and Pischke illustrate a wide variety of techniques by referencing the 4-year Tennessee Student Teacher Achievement Ratio (STAR) program, which looked at the importance of class size for educational outcomes.

      East Tennessee State University Digital Commons @ East Tennessee State University Electronic Theses and Dissertations Student Works Tennessee Per-pupil Expenditures in Special Education and Academic Achievement Melanie C. Davidson East Tennessee State University Follow this and additional works at: education, teacher-student ratio, presence of trained teacher in school, sex of student and distance of school are also affected the performance of the students. (Raychauduri et al., ) Kernan, Bogart & Wheat (), academic success of graduate student will be enhanced if the optimal health related barriers are low. There is negative.

      Qualitative data, student growth data and student achievement data are all combined to create a scale score (score range) between and Due to legislative changes made during the legislative sessions, the calculations for overall levels of effectiveness depend on whether a teacher has an individual growth score or a school- or.   In , the California ratio was , ( CBEDS Report) and in the ratio dropped to , The following table reviews the ratio of teacher librarians to students from to the most recent numbers available. In , 86 percent of California public schools reported classified staff in the library.


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State of Tennessee"s Student/Teacher Achievement Ratio (STAR) Project Download PDF EPUB FB2

Over 7, students in 79 schools were randomly assigned into one of 3 interventions: small class (13 to 17 students per teacher), regular class (22 to 25 students per teacher), and regular-with-aide class (22 to 25 students with a full-time teacher's aide).

Classroom teachers were also randomly assigned to the classes they would teach. Get this from a library.

The state of Tennessee's Student/Teacher Achievement Ratio (STAR) Project: technical report, [Elizabeth R Word; Tennessee. Project STAR.;]. This report presents results of Tennessee's 4-year longitudinal class size project: Student Teacher Achievement Ratio (STAR).

The study analyzes student achievement and development in three class types: small classes with students per teacher; regular classes with students per teacher, and regular classes with students per teacher assisted by a full-time teacher by:   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The state of Tennessee's Student/Teacher Achievement Ratio (STAR) Project by,The Department edition, in EnglishPages: THE STATE OF TENNESSEE'S STUDENT/TEACHER ACHIEVEMENT RATIO (STAR) PROJECT TECHNICAL REPORT I Pn3pafed by: Tennessee State Department ol Educatbn Uitabeth Word, Projed STAR Oiredor Me- State UnivemQ JohnJohnston, Tennessee State University Helen Pate 6ain B.

DeWayne Fufton Jayne eOyd Zaharias University of Tennessee. KnoxvilleFile Size: 2MB. The Student Teacher Achievement Ratio Project (Project STAR), Tennessee's four-year longitudinal class-size study, demonstrated that reduced class size () in kindergarten through third grade significantly enhanced student achievement.

Student/Teacher Achievement Ratio (STAR) Tennessee's K-3 Class Size Study. Final Summary Report Cited by: The state requires all programs to operate at least hours per day, and all teachers must be licensed with a Pre-K endorsement, regardless of program location. (NIEER) At least hours per day of developmentally appropriate curriculum must be provided.

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The study analyzes student achievement and development in three class types: small classes with students per teacher; regular classes with students per teacher, and regular classes with students per teacher assisted by a full-time teacher aide.

Project STAR followed students from kindergarten through third grade, starting in and ending in View the directory of Tennessee public schools with the highest student:teacher ratio. Read about great schools like: Greenbrier Alternative Learning Center. The state of Tennessee's student/teacher achievement ratio project final summary report.

implies a change in that ratio especially for the cities with very high student teacher ratio. The solution which is hiring more teachers to decrease that ratio is obvious though. After years of debate, speculation, and research, Tennessee's Project STAR produced clear answers to the question, “Do small classes result in improved academic achievement in the elementary grades.

The Tennessee Basic Education Program (BEP) formula is a cornerstone of the Education Improvement Act of (EIA). The formula consists of 45 components that have been deemed necessary for a school district to provide a basic level of education. In addition, it calculates the cost of providing this basic education to the students within the.

x Tennessee’s Student-Teacher Achievement Ratio (STAR) Project was a large-scale randomized controlled trial, funded by the state of Tennessee, that examined the effect of reducing class size in early elementary school on student achievement.

for Teachers, in Nashville,Tenn., and started her teaching c a re e r, the ave r age class size in Tennessee schools wa s t h i rt y. For the next twenty ye a rs, she taught English and s p e e c h classes in grades 7 to English classes alway s had thirty to thirt y - fi v e students. The State of Tennessee ’s Student-Teacher Achievement Ratio (STAR) Project: Technical ReportNashville, Tennessee State University: Tennessee State University Press.

In mlmRev: Examples from Multilevel Modelling Software Review. Description Usage Format Details Source Examples. Description. Data from Tennessee's Student Teacher Achievement Ratio (STAR) project which was a large-scale, four-year study of the effect of reduced class size.

The biggest and most credible of those studies, Tennessee’s statewide Student/Teacher Achievement Ratio, or STAR, project, begun in the late s, found that the learning gains students made in.

In this study, students and teachers were randomly assigned to a small class, with an average of 15 students, or a regular class, with an average of 22 students.

As another example, the Tennessee study found that student achievement was higher in classes of about 16 than in classes of about The Tennessee study itself cannot suggest whether other degrees of reductions in class size would also boost achievement. Nonetheless, the Tennessee study has had great influence on policy makers.

Hello guys, I have the data from the Tennessee Student/Teacher Achievement Ratio experiment (Project Star). Over all four years, the sample inclu students from 80 schools and my current variables are.State of the Union address that was subsequently adopted by Congress.

Molnar et al. (), in a well-designed series of five annual evaluations of the Wis-consin SAGE (Student Achievement Guarantee in Education) class size reduction program utilizing a quasi-experimental design, reproduced the STAR results.6 With class sizes of