Library

Center for Assessment team members write and present extensively on topics relating to assessment and accountability. As part of our mission and in order to increase and improve assessment and accountability practices nationally, we make our guides, presentations, papers, reports and other resources widely available.

Critical Design Issues for Assessment Programs: A Primer for Policy-makers

Presentation at the 1998 Policy and Practices Forum sponsored by ECS; discusses stakes, student-level reporting, reporting statistic, evaluation design, performance-based assessment, national comparisons, and releasing test questions.

Authors:
Richard Hill
Date:
1998-10-12
Calculating and Reducing Errors in the Evaluation of Adequate Yearly Progress

Presentation at the 1997 CCSSO Annual Large-scale Assessment Conference; discusses systems of evaluating "adequate yearly progress" as well as methods of calculating and reducing error.

Authors:
Richard Hill
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Date:
1997-06-16
What Works? State Accountability Indicators to Promote Validity, Equity, and Improvement

Presentation at the AERA Special Interest Group on School Indicators and Profiles; uses examples from several states to highlight need to disaggregate data to address validity, equity, and improvement.

Authors:
Brian Gong
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Date:
1997-04-01
2019 NCME Classroom Assessment Conference

The Center for Assessment is pleased to partner with the Center for Assessment, Design, Research and Evaluation (CADRE) at the University of Colorado Boulder School of Education in hosting the 3rd annual National Council on Measurement in Education Special Conference on Classroom Assessment. The theme of the 2019 conference is Classroom Assessment as a Learning Experience.

Authors:
Charles DePascale
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Date:
0018-12-31