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Education Week Blog, starting March 17, 2014

Madhabi Chatterji, AERI's director, and James Harvey of the National Superintendents Roundtable, are co-facilitating a 5-week blog titled, “Assessing the Assessments: K-12 Measurement and Accountability in  century” featuring debate and dialogue among hand-picked scholars, school officials and a teacher of the year awardee.
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"Conversations on Validity", 2012-13

The first publications from our 2012 inaugural conference and institute are out. If you haven’t seen these works yet, please take a look: Validity and Test Use and TCR Vol. 115 (9). For the first AERI-NEPC policy briefs, visit: QAE Vol. 22 (1).
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Testing Then and Now

You may not want to miss the videos of sessions, a photo gallery, and details of AERI’s second conference program, held on 12/9/13. Once again, our stellar speakers attracted over 300 registrants. The event was a part of TC’s 125th years anniversary celebration.
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Assessing the Assessments

Please join us for a conversation with scholars and school practitioners on Assessing the Assessments:

"Assessing the Assessments.K-12 Measurements and Accountability in the 21st Century"

March 17 - April 29, 2014

At Education Week's blog site:
http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/assessing_the_assessments

For full list of guest bloggers, click here.

See also:

COMMENTARY: MADHABI CHATTERJI
Validity Counts: Let's Mend, Not End, Educational Testing (March 14, 2014)

The above commentary is now on the edweek.org website.


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