This module uses regression discontinuity to analyze how a school's quality affects the price of houses in its assignment area.
This module describes the basics of setting up and analyzing a randomized experiment, and why they can be hard to find in social science.
There are certain ethical and practical concerns to consider prior to working with children in a research setting. This module outlines these concerns and provides examples from previous studies that involved children.
What can a school program from 150 years ago teach us today? Not only did it change our minds about what education’s role was in a modern society, but it also tried to solve policy issues that are still being debated today.
How have we arrived at our current educational system in the United States, which is complex, flawed, but still admired around the world in some ways? What problems and solutions feel new but in fact have surfaced before? This series is a short history of education in America that covers key problems, solutions, movements, people and events since the founding of the U.S.
Know the concepts of social network analysis and want to practice your R coding skills? This module will get you started. While these videos happen to use the iGraph package, you can use other packages of your choice. The lab code and cheat sheet are linked in the description text underneath each video.