THE IMPACT OF CLASS SIZE ON NONCOGNITIVE ABILITY: RE-ANALYSIS OF DEE AND WEST (2008).

Choi, Jaehee.

2017-04-18T13:54:27.997Z

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  • Abstract: Noncognitive ability is difficult to delineate because it encompasses virtually all skills and personality traits that cannot be measured in standardized tests. In this paper, I focus on a specific construct, student engagement to study the impact of class size on this noncognitive variable. I employ the identification method that Dee and West (2008) developed to analyze data sets from N... read more
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