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Chris Domaleski
First Name
Chris
Last Name
Domaleski
Job Title
Associate Director

As Associate Director, Chris Domaleski partners with Executive Director Scott Marion to manage the operations of the Center. He also plays an active role as a consultant to multiple states supporting the development, implementation, and evaluation of assessment and accountability systems.

With a background in both psychometrics and policy, Chris advises education leaders in making sense of complex technical problems, and identifies real-world solutions to improve practice. Current interests and projects include designing innovative accountability systems that more fully incentivize and measure school quality, developing models for comprehensive assessment systems to support multiple purposes and uses, improving assessment design and practice for students with significant cognitive disabilities, and evaluating the effectiveness and impact of education policy.

He serves on several state technical advisory committees; is the coordinator of the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) State Collaborative on Accountability Systems and Reporting; is a technical advisor to two multi-state assessment consortia; and regularly provides technical support to the U.S. Department of Education. He also currently serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Educational Measurement, and regularly presents his research at national conferences.

Prior to joining the Center, Chris was Associate Superintendent for Assessment and Accountability at the Georgia Department of Education, where he was responsible for the development and administration of the state’s K-12 testing program and accountability systems.

He received a Ph.D. from Georgia State University in Educational Policy Studies, concentrating in Research, Measurement, and Statistics and he has taught numerous graduate courses in measurement and statistics at Georgia State University and the University of Georgia.

Chris Domaleski strives to help states and organizations improve student achievement by providing technical solutions to implement innovative and effective assessment and accountability systems.

Recent and Relevant Publications

Domaleski, C., Gong, B., Hess, K., Marion, S., Curl, C., Peltzman, A. (2015). Assessment to Support Competency-Based Pathways.Washington, DC: Achieve. Available at: http://www.achieve.org/files/AssessmenttoSupportCBP.pdf

Domaleski, C.D. & Hall, E. (2015). Wyoming Alternative School Accountability Framework. Available at: http://edu.wyoming.gov/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/MEMO-3c_WY-Alternative-School-Accountability-Framework.pdf

Martineau, J. A., & Domaleski, C., Egan, K., Patelis, T., & Dadey, N. (2015). Recommendations for Addressing the Impact of Test Administration Interruptions and Irregularities. Council of Chief State School Officers: Washington, DC. Available at: Computer Based Interruptions 110415.pdf

Domaleski, C.S. & Perie, M. (2012). Promoting Equity in State Education Accountability Systems. The National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment. Available at: Promoting Equity CSDMP110712.pdf