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Inge de Wolf
Inge de Wolf
professor education systems (Maastricht university), co÷rdinating inspector (inspectorate of
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Effects and side effects of inspections and accountability in education: an overview of empirical studies
IF De Wolf, FJG Janssens
Oxford Review of education 33 (3), 379-396, 2007
3482007
Effects and side effects of inspections and accountability in education: an overview of empirical studies
IF De Wolf, FJG Janssens
Oxford Review of education 33 (3), 379-396, 2007
3482007
Do inspections improve primary school performance?
R Luginbuhl, D Webbink, I De Wolf
Educational evaluation and policy analysis 31 (3), 221-237, 2009
1152009
Do inspections improve primary school performance?
R Luginbuhl, D Webbink, I De Wolf
Educational evaluation and policy analysis 31 (3), 221-237, 2009
1152009
Do inspections improve primary school performance?
R Luginbuhl, D Webbink, I De Wolf
Educational evaluation and policy analysis 31 (3), 221-237, 2009
1152009
Conceptual and empirical differences among various value-added models for accountability
AC Timmermans, S Doolaard, I de Wolf
School effectiveness and school improvement 22 (4), 393-413, 2011
812011
Selection processes for three types of academic jobs. An experiment among Dutch employers of social sciences graduates
I De Wolf, R Van der Velden
European Sociological Review 17 (3), 317-330, 2001
572001
Inclusive education in the Netherlands: How funding arrangements and demographic trends relate to dropout and participation rates
J Gubbels, KM Coppens, I de Wolf
International Journal of Inclusive Education 22 (11), 1137-1153, 2018
252018
Analyzing the assumptions of a policy program: An ex-ante evaluation of ‘‘educational governance’’in the Netherlands
FJG Janssens, IF de Wolf
American Journal of Evaluation 30 (3), 411-425, 2009
202009
Do school inspections improve primary school performance?
R Luginbuhl, D Webbink, I de Wolf
CPB, 2007
192007
Systematic reviews in education research: when do effect studies provide evidence
C Van Klaveren, I De Wolf
Top Institute for Evidence Based Education Research Working Papers, 2013
162013
The effects of medical school on health outcomes: Evidence from admission lotteries
E Leuven, H Oosterbeek, I De Wolf
Journal of health economics 32 (4), 698-707, 2013
142013
Teacher literacy and numeracy skills: International evidence from PIAAC and ALL
BHH Golsteyn, S Vermeulen, I de Wolf
De Economist 164 (4), 365-389, 2016
122016
Changes in student populations and average test scores of Dutch primary schools
H Luyten, I de Wolf
School Effectiveness and School Improvement 22 (4), 439-460, 2011
122011
The consequences of academic dismissal for academic success
I Cornelisz, R van der Velden, I de Wolf, C van Klaveren
Studies in Higher Education 45 (11), 2175-2189, 2020
112020
Risk-based educational accountability in Dutch primary education
AC Timmermans, IF De Wolf, RJ Bosker, S Doolaard
Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability 27 (4), 323-346, 2015
112015
Sharp increase in inequality in education in times of the COVID-19-pandemic
C Haelermans, R Korthals, M Jacobs, S de Leeuw, S Vermeulen, ...
Plos one 17 (2), e0261114, 2022
102022
Value added based on educational positions in Dutch secondary education
AC Timmermans, RJ Bosker, IF de Wolf, S Doolaard, MPC van der Werf
British Educational Research Journal 40 (6), 1057-1082, 2014
102014
Evaluatie van de theorie en praktijk van het nieuwe onderwijstoezicht
IF De Wolf, JJH Verkroost
Tijdschrift voor Toezicht 2 (2), 7-24, 2011
92011
Using admission lotteries to estimate heterogeneous effects of elite schools
H Oosterbeek, N Ruijs, I De Wolf
Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper 2020-018/V, 2020
72020
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