Institutional disparities in the cost effectiveness of GCE A-Level provision: a multi-level approach

Authors
Fielding, A.
Year
1994
Journal
Education Economics, 3:2, 159-172
Abstract

Reanalyzes H. Thomas's 1980s data, which used teaching group as the unit of analysis and illuminated some institutional disparities in provision of General Certificate of Education (GCE) A-levels. Uses multilevel analysis to focus on individual students in a hierarchical framework. Among the study institutions, school sixth forms appear less cost-effective than postsecondary institutions

Number of levels
3
Model data structure
Response types
Multivariate response model?
No
Longitudinal data?
No
Substantive discipline
Substantive keywords
Impact

not known

Paper submitted by
Anthony Fielding, Graduate School of Education (Bristol) , economics (Birmingham), University of Bristol, University of Birmingham, antony.fielding@bristol.ac.uk, a.fielding@bham.ac.uk
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