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Kingsbury Center Data Award Recipients
Kingsbury Center data award recipient James Woodworth is a distinguished doctoral fellow at the University of Arkansas. In Does Assessment Selection Matter When Computing Teacher Value-Added Measures? James used data from the Growth Research Database, to analyze the error variance produced by value added models using different assessments.
Kingsbury Center data award recipient Anna Jacob Egalite is a doctoral academy fellow, and her co-author Brian Kisida is a research associate, at the University of Arkansas. They received a data award to look at student achievement impacts related to school size. Using data from NWEA's Growth Research Database, the researchers evaluated students from more than 2800 schools over 4 years and concluded that school size has a meaningful impact on student achievement.
Karen Rambo received a data award from the Kingsbury Center for her report Summer Growth Patterns in Gifted Students. The report looks at summer growth patterns and assesses the impact of schools on high achievers.