Inference from surveys with complex sampling design
Monitoring the quality of education is an important concern for educational researchers, politicians, and economists, as well as parents and organizations representing them. Large-scale surveys are probably the most important source of inference about the educational system of a country. Not infrequently, conclusions drawn from educational surveys make the news headlines and are used to support and justify policies that affect the educational system.
KeywordsSampling Variance Complex Sampling Design Jackknife Method Jackknife Estimator Jackknife Estimate
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