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Student evaluations of teaching (SET) are widely used in academic personnel decisions as a measure of teaching effectiveness. We show:
These findings are based on nonparametric statistical tests applied to two datasets: 23,001 SET of 379 instructors by 4,423 students in six mandatory first-year courses in a five-year natural experiment at a French university, and 43 SET for four sections of an online course in a randomized, controlled, blind experiment at a US university.
|ScienceOpen disciplines:||Labor law, Assessment, Evaluation & Research methods|
|Keywords:||permutation tests, gender bias, disparate impact, nonparametric statistics|