The nation's report card: : evolution and perspectives / edited by Lyle V. Jones and Ingram Olkin
- Jones, Lyle V.
- Bloomington, IN : Published by the Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation in cooperation with the American Educational Research Association, 
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- Physical Description:
- xvi, 598 pages ; 24 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Jones, Lyle V., Olkin, Ingram, and American Educational Research Association
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- PART I: EVOLUTION AND PERSPECTIVES -- The genesis of NAEP / Irvin J. Lehmann -- The age of innocence / Frederic A. Mosher -- Interviews -- Technical giants of national assessment / Clay Allison -- NAEP and the U.S. Office of Education, 1971-1974 / Dorothy M. Gilford -- A new design for a new era / Archie Lapointe -- Making NAEP state-by-state / Ramsay Selden -- A history of the national assessment governing board / Mary Lyn Bourque -- A view from the NCES / Emerson Elliott, Gary Phillips -- Interviews -- The influence of external evaluations / Robert L. Linn -- NAEP from three different perspectives / Wayne Martin -- What NAEP really could do / Frederic A. Mosher -- PART II: DEVELOPING ASSESSMENT MATERIALS -- Assessing citizenship / Vincent Campbell, Daryl Nichols -- Assessing writing and mathematics / Ina V.S. Mullis -- PART III: SAMPLING AND SCORING -- Survey design issues / James R. Chromy, Alva L. Finkner, Daniel G. Horvitz -- Sampling and field operations at Westat, 1983 to 2001 / Keith Rust -- Emerging technical innovations in NAEP / Albert E. Beaton, Eugene G. Johnson -- PART IV: RECENT CHALLENGES -- Innovations in instrumentation and dissemination / Stephen Lazer.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages -510) and index.
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