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Table 6 Difference in difference analysis of PISA outcomes

From: Better migrants, better PISA results: Findings from a natural experiment

  Coefficient Standard Errord
Immigrant first generation −31.21 6.19a
Year 2009 0.94 4.29
Immigrant first generationbYear 2009 20.49 6.91a
Female 27.71 1.86a
Age −18.00 2.04a
SEI 1.08 0.07a
Parents ‘educationc: tertiary 6.18 2.24a
Parents’ education: compulsory −21.14 5.12a
Family structuree: single −3.27 2.64
Family Structure: mixed −13.46 5.09a
Siblings (yes) −6.70 2.56a
Less than 100 books at home −37.10 2.33a
Foreign language at home −26.45 3.17a
Latin Switzerland −15.56 4.02a
Constant 759.39 33.15a
R2 0.24  
N 20650  
  1. Whole sample
  2. asignificant at 1% level
  3. bsignificant at 5% level, +significant at 10% level
  4. cReference: Both parents have secondary level education
  5. dAll standard errors account for errors’ correlations at the school level
  6. eReference: nuclear