2017 Tennessee Code
Title 49 - Education
Chapter 1 - State Administration
Part 6 - Performance Goals and Assessment
§ 49-1-604. Mixed model methodologies.

Universal Citation: TN Code § 49-1-604 (2017)
  • As used in this part, "mixed model methodologies that provide for best linear unbiased prediction," or similar language setting forth the methodology used for evaluating measured progress of students, teachers, schools or school districts, has the meaning and shall be interpreted as set forth in the following references:
    • (1) "A Unified Approach to Mixed Linear Models," McLean, Sanders, and Stroup; ____ February 1991; Vol. 45, No. 1;
    • (2) "Extension of the Gauss-Markov Theorem to Include the Estimation of Random Effects," Harville; ____ 1976; Vol. 4, No. 2, 384-395;
    • (3) "Analysis of Variance in the Mixed Model: Higher Level, Nonhomogeneous, and Random Regressions," Henderson; ____ September 1982; No. 38, 623-640;
    • (4) "Maximum Likelihood Approaches to Variance Component Estimation and to Related Problems," Harville; ____ July 1977; Vol. 72, No. 358;
    • (5) "Approximations for Standard Errors of Estimators of Fixed and Random Effects in Mixed Linear Models," Kackar and Harville; ____ December 1984; Vol. 79, No. 388; and
    • (6) "The Analysis of Unbalanced Linear Models with Variance Components," Engel; ____ 1990; Vol. 44, No. 4.
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