Chicago Education Research Presentation Series: Assessing the Validity of Comparative Interrupted Time Series Designs and Practice: Lessons from Two Within-Study Comparisons
Our October event featuring guest speaker Kelly Hallberg from the University of Chicago was held at 4:00 p.m. in the 11th floor seminar room, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 230 S La Salle St., Chicago, IL 60604.
The title of the presentation is "Assessing the Validity of Comparative Interrupted Time Series Designs and Practice: Lessons from Two within Study Comparisons." Ryan Williams and Andrew Swanlund are co-authors.
For more information contact Sandy Schneider at the Chicago Fed at Sandy.Schneider@chi.frb.org.
CHERP sponsors a series of monthly in-person presentations on preliminary research and analyses in education to encourage discussion and suggestions among the Chicago education policy research community. The series offers education researchers and students across the region an opportunity to learn about each other’s work, interact informally, and support the field of education research in Chicago. CHERP was launched in 2014 by Mathematica Policy Research in partnership with the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and the American Institutes for Research.