High-stakes testing in education : science and practice in K-12 settings
Source:American Psychological Association, Volume 1st, Washington, DC, p.263 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LB3051 .H477 2011
Keywords:Educational accountability--United States, Educational tests and measurements--United States, Public schools--United States--Examinations
Contents: Current state of high-stakes testing in education / Barbara S. Plake -- Local development of a high-stakes assessment program: lessons learned and research results gained / John Crawford and Patricia Crum -- Setting performance standards on alternate assessments for students with disabilities / Abdullah A. Ferdous, Sue Bechard, and Chad W. Buckendahl -- Assessing English language skills in education: implications for students with limited English proficiency / Anja Römhild and James A. Bovaird -- Student achievement and adequate yearly progress within the Indiana charter school system / W. Holmes Finch, Brian F. French, and Mary Baker -- Revising a large-scale college placement examination program: innovation within constraints / Kristen Huff and Gerald J. Melican -- A role for college admissions tests in state assessment programs / Sherri Miller and Jay Happel -- Finding validity evidence: an analysis using the Mental measurements yearbook / Gregory J. Cizek, Heather K. Koons, and Sharyn L. Rosenberg -- A model of examinee test-taking effort / Steven L. Wise and Lisa F. Smith -- Validity arguments for high-stakes testing and accountability systems / Deborah L. Bandalos ... [et al.] -- Testing and measurement from a multilevel view: psychometrics and validation / Bruno D. Zumbo and Barry Forer -- A high-stakes use of intelligence testing: a forensic case study / Chad W. Buckendahl and Brett P. Foley -- High-stakes education research: enhanced scrutiny of the education system and its consequences / James A. Bovaird and Natalie A. Koziol -- The future of high-stakes testing in education / Kurt F. Geisinger.