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Government scrutiny and intensified oversight have dramatically changed the landscape of education in recent years. Observers want to know how schools compare, which district is best, which states are spending the most per student on education, whether reforms are making a difference, and why so many students are failing. Some of these questions require technical answers that educators historically redirected to outside experts, but the questions leveled at all educators have become so acute and persistent that they can no longer be outsourced. This text helps educators develop the tools and the conceptual understanding needed to provide definitive answers to difficult statistical questions facing education today.

Regression with More Than One Predictor
Regression with more than one predictor
The Problem: How to Employ More than One Predictor

In the course of his work, an admissions officer at a college has noted the relationship between measures of verbal ability such as the SAT-verbal, which students are required to take as a condition for ...

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