3 edition of Equity and Excellence in Educational Testing and Assessment (Evaluation in Education and Human Services) found in the catalog.
December 31, 1899
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael T. Nettles (Editor), Arie L. Nettles (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
Equity & Excellence in Education. Publishes research on issues of equity and social justice in education, considering marginalized populations and systemic oppression in relation to learning. “The Onus is on Us”: How White Suburban Teachers Learn about Racial Inequities in a Critical Book Study. Lac et al. Published online: 16 Jul Thomas Jefferson once stated that the foremost goal of American education must be to nurture the "natural aristocracy of talent and virtue." Although in many ways American higher education has fulfilled Jefferson’s vision by achieving a widespread level of excellence, it has not achieved the objective of equity implicit in Jefferson’s statement.
At the request of the U.S. Department of Education, the National Research Council's (NRC) Board on Testing and Assessment (BOTA) convened a workshop on reporting test results for individuals who receive accommodations during large-scale assessments. The use of educational testing in the United States has been criticized for its inequitable effects on different populations of students. Many assume that new forms of assessment .
Equity & Excellence in Education, v30 n1 p Apr Considers equity issues of highstakes tests conducted by computer, including whether this new form of assessment actually helps level the playing field for students or represents a new cycle of assessment inequality. K Testing. Failing Our Children, How "No Child Left Behind" Undermines Quality and Equity in Education and An Accountability Model that Supports School Improvement by Monty Neill, EdD., Lisa Guisbond and Bob Schaeffer with James Madison and Life Legeros (FairTest, May pp) $ Summary Report (28pp) $Online in PDF.
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Equity and Excellence in Educational Testing and Assessment. Editors (view affiliations) Michael T. Nettles; Arie L. Nettles; Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xv. PDF. Identifying Equity Challenges in the Context of Educational Testing and Assessment Reform.
Front Matter. Pages PDF. Introduction: The Pursuit of Equity in. I: Identifying Equity Challenges in the Context of Educational Testing and Assessment Reform. Introduction: the Pursuit of Equity in Educational Testing and Assessment; M.T.
Nettles, A. Bernstein. A Technological and Historical Consideration of Equity Issues Associated with Proposals to Change our Nation's Testing Policy; G. Madaus. Equity and Excellence in Educational Testing and Assessment (Evaluation in Education and Human Services) th Edition by Michael T.
Nettles (Editor), Arie L. Nettles (Editor) ISBN [(Equity and Excellence in Educational Testing and Assessment)] [Author: Michael T. Nettles] [Mar] Hardcover – March 1, Price: $ Get this from a library.
Equity and Excellence in Educational Testing and Assessment. [Michael T Nettles; Arie L Nettles] -- The reader of this book will gain a greater understanding of contemporary equity issues in educational testing and assessment and to learn to examine these issues in the context of educational.
Equity and Excellence in Educational Testing and Assessment. Editors: Nettles, Michael T., Nettles The Pursuit of Equity in Educational Testing and Assessment. Pages *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.
ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of. Equity and validity considerations in the design and implementation of a mathematics performance assessment: the experience of the QUASAR project / Suzanne Lane, Edward A. Silver --Performance-based assessments: contributor or detractor to equity/ / Linda F.
Winfield --Equity and excellence in group-administered and performance-based. The book focuses on the following four issues: the growing prominence that educational testing and assessment are playing in American education; the effect that current testing and assessment policies and practices are having upon minority and disadvantaged students and school systems; the new and innovative approaches to testing and assessment.
In: Nettles M.T., Nettles A.L. (eds) Equity and Excellence in Educational Testing and Assessment. Evaluation in Education and Human Services, vol Springer, Dordrecht.
Nettles, M., & Nettles, A. (Eds.). Equity and excellence in educational testing and assessment. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. This book explores the factors that contribute to inequitable gaps between the achievement of students from different groups and offers ideas for improving educational testing and assessment.
Richard Milner IV is Helen Faison Professor of Urban Education and Director of the Center for Urban Education at the University of Pittsburgh. He is the author of the award-winning Start Where You Are But Don't Stay There: Understanding Diversity, Opportunity Gaps, and Teaching in To-day's Classrooms () and Rac(e)ing to class: Confronting poverty and race in schools and classrooms ( This work is published on the responsibility of the Secretary-General of the OECD.
The opinions expressed and arguments employed herein do not necessarily reflect the official. This book will be of interest to anyone with a professional or academic interest in evaluating the quality of educational or psychological assessments, measurements and diagnoses.
View Show abstract. Education Excellence Equity Currently, educators measure student success by standardized test scores and grade point averages. The book helpfully clarifies what the authors see as the key equity issues in educational assessment, through a review of developments in relevant areas of psychology, intelligence testing, national assessment programmes in the UK and the USA, public examinations and national curriculum assessments.
This is a book which deserves to be widely : Caroline V. Gipps. Finland's common-sense practices and a holistic teaching environment strives for equity over excellence. in a number of educational performance assessments.
book Emotional Intelligence. Toward Excellence with Equity is an important book written by one of the nation’s foremost experts on education and economic development. Ronald Ferguson’s pioneering work on black/white disparities in student skill levels and achievement-test scores has significant public policy implications.
Equity and Excellence in Educational Testing and Assessment Shinkfield, A.J. and Stufflebeam, D.L.: the aim of this entire book is to increase test constructor’s awareness of this assessment or evaluation process should be avoided if at all possible.
Excellence in education without equity risks leading to large economic and social disparities; equity in education at the expense of quality is a meaningless aspiration.
The most advanced education systems now set ambitious goals for all students, focusing on both excellence and equity. Equity and Excellence in American Education During the past century, public education was the means by which a land of opportunity fulfilled its promise, ensuring that each generation was better off than the one before.
Yet, the role of education in social. A more complete documentation and examination of the challenges in excellence and equity is provided in the book, Kagan Cooperative Learning.1 In a nutshell: Challenge 1: Excellence The United States educational system has “been committing an act of unthinking unilat-eral educational disarmament.”2 Compared to our international peers, our.Monty Neill, "Some Pre-Requisites for the Establishment of Equitable, Inclusive Multicultural Assessment Systems" (Paper presented at the Ford Foundation Symposium on Equity and Educational Testing and Assessment, Washington, D.C., March ); J.
R. Mercer, "Alternative Paradigms for Assessment in a Pluralistic Society," in J. A. Banks. [ THIS BOOK REVIEW WAS PUBLISHED IN THE JANUARY-FEBRUARY ISSUE OF THE ACADEME MAGAZINE, A PUBLICATION OF THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS.
] Equity and excellence in American higher education. By William G. Bowen, Martin A. Kurzweil, and Eugene M. Tobin. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press,