Workshop on quasi-experimental design and analysis in education

I recently attended one of the Workshops on Quasi-Experimental Design and Analysis in Education. The workshop was led by two of my heroes, Thomas Cook and William Shadish. It was an honor to be selected for the workshop and to share the company of Tom, Will, and my fellow attendees for a week in Evanston. I had some experience with quasi-experimental methods before the workshop, but I learned a great deal more, such as checking propensity score balance criteria and mixing design elements to strengthen causal inferences. The workshop definitely improved my ability to conduct causal research in education.

Tom, me, and Will
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View from Northwestern University
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Camping at Illinois Beach State Park after the workshop
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