Publication Date: 2018-07-01
Senior Associates Juan D’Brot and Leslie Keng describe a framework to help states systematically evaluate identification decisions. In the paper, the authors present example claims, guiding questions, and assumptions to help SEAs clarify the intended purpose, use, and process associated with accountability system activities. Within the framework, assumptions are used to help practitioners and designers identify sources of information, methods, or analyses that can be used to collect information to defend each claim to support accountability validity arguments.
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