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Author/s:  Ottobre, Frances M. (ed.)
Co-Author/s:  UNESCO
Publisher/s:  UNESCO
Published:  1999 in Paris, France
ULC:  UNEVOC Library Catalogue ID 1056

The role of measurement and evaluation in education policy

Educational studies and documents (69)
Deutsch | English

This document contains the papers and commentaries thereon presented at a round table of experts on the theme of the role of measurement and evaluation in education policy. The round table was organised by the International Association for Educational Assessment (IAEA) with the financial support of UNESCO, and held in Princeton, New Jersey, United States of America (USA) on 29-30 June, 1998. The papers are: Key issues / Samuel J. Messick; Equity in education and assessment / Caroline Gipps (commentaries by Edmund W. Gordon, Pedro Ravela and Anil Kanjee); Education standards: current directions and implications for assessment / Howard T. Everson (commentaries by Gordon Ambach, Anton Luijten and Kent McGuire); Performance assessment / Barry McGaw (commentaries by Samuel J. Messick, Robert Linn and Mark D. Reckase); Purposes and challenges of international comparative assessments / Tjeerd Plomp; International assessments: the United States TIMSS experience / Albert E. Beaton (commentaries by Jahja Umar and Giray Berberoglu); Overview and synthesis: the role of measurement and evaluation in education policy / Edmund W. Gordon.

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