Monthly Archives: July 2009

Interpolating proficiency rates

One of my research interests has been the geographic distribution of early student achievement at the school district-level. District-level outcomes apply to large areas that are often out of alignment with neighborhoods, cities, and counties where local information could benefit … Continue reading

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Computer recovery

My computer crashed a few days ago. I own a Lenovo T60 running Windows XP. The crash happened very suddenly, right in the middle of working on an AERA proposal. My battery gauge needs calibrating, so I probably just ran … Continue reading

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