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Assessment and Evaluation Research Initiative

Department of Organization and Leadership

Education Week Blog, 2014

Madhabi Chatterji, AERI's director, and James Harvey, executive director of the National Superintendents Roundtable, co-facilitated a 10-week blog in March-June, 2014, titled, "Assessing the Assessments: K-12 Measurement and Accountability in the 21st century". To read the individual blog that interests you, please see the table below for contributors and blog topics.

Let’s Mend, Not End, Educational Testing

(March 11) Madhabi Chatterji

Can We Trust Assessment Results?

(March 20) Eva L. Baker

Five Myths about International Large-Scale Assessments

(March 23) Laura C. Engel; Michael J. Feuer

Have You Seen this Headline?

(March 25) Carla Santorno

K-12 Assessments are More Art than Science

(April 1) Michael V. McGill

Varied Measures for Varied Purposes

(April 7) Susan H. Fuhrman

Mimic the Classroom

(April 8) Jeff Charbonneau

Merits of International Assessments

(April 14) Henry Braun

Learning from the Reform Mistakes of the Past

(April 16) James W. Pellegrino

Let’s Expand What Formative Assessment Means

(April 21) Deanna Iceman Sands

Formative Assessment in the Real World

(APril 22) Kelley M. Kalinich

What do PISA and TIMSS Tell Us?

(April 24) William Schmidt

On Assessment: Less is More

(April 25) Richard Noonan