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Containing attrition in school-based research

Phyllis L. Ellickson

Containing attrition in school-based research

an innovative approach

by Phyllis L. Ellickson

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Published by Rand Corporation in Santa Monica .
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    Subjects:
  • Student mobility -- United States -- Research.,
  • Students, Transfer of -- United States -- Research.,
  • Junior high school students -- United States -- Research.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPhyllis L. Ellickson, Domenica Bianca, Diane C. Schoeff.
    SeriesRand note -- N-2899-CHF
    ContributionsBianca, Domenica., Schoeff, Diane C., Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21 p. ;
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16581838M

    The overall and differential attrition rates, plotted in Figures 4 and 5, are associated with colors that indicate potential bias.1 The green area has low attrition and low expected bias; the red area has high attrition and high expected bias. In Figure 3 above, the combination of 15% overall and 10% differential attrition would place thisFile Size: KB.   (). Identifying attrition risk based on the first year experience. Higher Education Research & Development: Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. Cited by: 6.

    The Institutional Costs of Student Attrition | 1 oveRvIeW AND oBJeCTIveS one-third of students who enter postsecondary education expecting to earn a degree leave without one. A few leave better off than they started, well employed and content with their accomplishment. But for many. Start studying Research Methods Ch. Quiz. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

    A meta-analysis of substance abuse prevention studies revealed that the mean proportion of subjects retained dropped from % at 3-month to % at 3-year follow-ups. Time from pretest alone acc Cited by:   Decades of research have shown that teachers are the single most important school-based factor in student research base on teacher attrition continues to grow as teacher turnover.


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Containing attrition in school-based research by Phyllis L. Ellickson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Overall, the tracking effort cut nonresponse attributable to between-school mobility by two-thirds and reduced the attrition rate by one-half. The new-school strategy, which was a particularly effective technique for finding student transferees, accounted for Cited by: Containing Attrition in School-Based Research: An Innovative Approach Author: Phyllis L.

Ellickson Subject: Describes a successful approach for tracking a highly mobile group of Containing attrition in school-based research book high school transferees and thereby minimizing attrition in a longitudinal study of adolescent behavior.

Created Date: 5/6/ PM. Overall, the tracking effort cut nonresponse attributable to between-school mobility by two-thirds and reduced the attrition rate by one-half. The new-school strategy, which was a particularly effective technique for finding student transferees, accounted for a significant proportion of that by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ellickson, Phyllis L., Containing attrition in school-based research.

Santa Monica: Rand Corporation, []. An approach for tracking a mobile group of 1, junior high school transfers and minimizing attrition in a longitudinal study of adolescent behavior was studied. Students were tracked through the home or directly through the new school.

The new school strategy was Cited by: Minimizing participant attrition in panel studies through the use of effective retention and tracking strategies: Containing attrition in school-based research: an innovative approach.

Evaluation Review, 12, Engstr, A., Adamsson, C., Allebeck, P., & Rydberg, U. Mortality in patients with substance abuse: a follow-up in Cited by: For this reason, Hansen et al. () recommended that reports of attrition in longitudinal prevention research should be standardised and mandated by the research community.

Detailed descriptions of fieldwork methods used in follow-up studies are often truncated in peer-review articles that present research by: Abstract. Three areas of school-based health promotion and disease prevention will be described in this chapter, including school-based intervention research, comprehensive school health programs, and school-based health by: This idea is best known as regression hypothesis, first published by Roman Jakobson in and referencing to pathological language loss (Jakobson ).

However, the hypothesis has been tested for other types of language regression such as non-pathological language attrition. Teacher Retention and Attrition: A Review of the Literature.

The teaching profession and the essential roles teachers play in building the human capital base of any nation cannot be underestimated.

These essential roles are central to basic education, most especially in developing nations. The Scheerens and Bosker ranking was the first of its kind and significantly increased our understanding of the school-level factors associated with enhanced academic achievement.

The final review of the research that forms the basis of the five school-level factors presented in this book is one I conducted (Marzano, a). Part II is comprised of group studies examining attrition in societal bilingualism or in groups of bilingual individuals.

Part III contains individual case studies of bilingual children and adults. The research reported investigates first language attrition in a variety of linguistic areas such as syntax, morphology.

reduce attrition in longitudinal surveys. There are several reasons why it is important to study efficient ways of reducing panel attrition.

First is the need to maintain the sample size for analysis, including relatively small subgroups of the population. Second, panel attrition can be a source of non response. Attrition is a scourge in all kinds of studies, but the sting is felt most acutely by those who set up RCTs, because of the threat of bias in an otherwise clean design.

In field experiments with survey or biomarker data collection. A Study on causes & Control Techniques for Attrition Rate in Indian Industry 1Shashikala S, Assistant Professor 2Sushma Ravindra, Assistant Professor, Department of MBA & Research Centre East West Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India Abstract In today’s scenario, Attrition is one of the major problems companies are facing & this is not.

Research on Retention and Attrition / J. Paul Grayson and Kyle Grayson Includes bibliographical references.

ISSN Millennium Research Series (Online) Cover Design: Interpôles Layout Design: Charlton + Company Design Group The opinions expressed in this research document are those of the authors and do not representFile Size: KB.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Research paper IJBARR ISSN No. – X 55 International Journal of Business and Administration Research Review.

Vol.I, Issue No.3, Jan-March A STUDY ON ATTRITION – TURNOVER INTENTIONS IN RETAIL INDUSTRY S. Batty Dorance JeenFile Size: KB. made the companies to take up research studies based on their employees, especially to identify the factors of attrition. This research helps to know about the employees' attitude towards the company and the work, also highlighting various other direct and indirect effects of attrition on production, cost, discipline and efficiency in the Size: KB.

The goal of this paper is estimate the extent to which there is differential attrition based on teachers' value-added to student achievement. Using data for New York City schools fromwe find that first-year teachers whom we identify as less effective at improving student test scores have higher attrition rates than do more effective.

Objectives: This review aims to (a) identify correlates of youth sport attrition, (b) frame correlates within a multilevel model of youth sport participation (i.e., biological, intra-personal.Employee Attrition: Conceptually, the term employee/labor turnover underwent a change during the last quarter of the 20th century.

It was rechristened as employee attrition. The Webster’s Dictionary defines the term attrition as “the process or state of being gradually worn down”.File Size: KB.of attrition ates of retention and attrition often reect the broader economic contet the specic student cohort that a university attracts, and the courses and services it offers.

To date, VU has undertaken very little comprehensive research into attrition patterns, with Cao and Gabb’s report () being the notable exception.