Explained Variation Is Not A Measure of Importance | Paul Bruno

Back in early April the American Statistical Association put out a “Statement on Using Value-Added Models for Educational Assessment“.

Last month, Raj Chetty, John Friedman, and Jonah Rockoff issued a response, in part because so many commentators seemed to misunderstand the ASA statement and in part because the ASA seemed not to have incorporated some of Chetty et al.’s most recent research.

via Explained Variation Is Not A Measure of Importance | Paul Bruno.

 

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