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413 * ! Tue, 7/31/2012, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-Room 30C
Surveys of Children, Students, and Schools — Contributed Papers
Section on Survey Research Methods , Social Statistics Section
Chair(s): Michael P. Cohen, American Institutes for Research
2:05 PM Optimal Designs for School Surveys Ronaldo Iachan, ICF Macro ; WIlliam Robb, ICF International ; Kate Flint, ICF International
2:20 PM Exploring Geographic Clustering Methods in National School-Based Student Survey Samples WIlliam Robb, ICF International ; Ronaldo Iachan, ICF Macro ; Randal ZuWallack, ICF International ; Kate Flint, ICF International ; Paul Martino, ICF International
2:35 PM A New Approach for Multiway Stratification: School Sampling in Charting the Progress of Education Reform: An Evaluation of the Recovery Act's Role Louis Rizzo, Westat ; Jane Li, Westat ; Yong Lee, Westat ; Babette Gutmann, Westat ; Patty Troppe, Westat
2:50 PM Effectiveness of a Composite Size Measure for Sampling Students with Disabilities Frank Potter, Mathematica Policy Research
3:05 PM Research and Development for Methods of Estimating Poverty for School-Age Children Ciara Nugent, U.S. Census Bureau ; Sam Hawala, U.S. Census Bureau
3:20 PM Weighting in the Dark: What to Do in the Absence of Benchmarks Barbara Lepidus Carlson, Mathematica Policy Research ; Jerry West, Mathematica Policy Research
3:35 PM Using Cognitive Interviewing to Detect Privacy and Confidentiality Concerns Jennifer Childs, U.S. Census Bureau ; Michelle Smirnova, U.S. Census Bureau

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