MSPnet is an electronic learning community for the Math and Science Partnership Program. With the MSP program, the National Science Foundation implemented an important facet of the President's No Child Left Behind (NCLB) vision for K-12 education. A major research and development effort, the MSP program responds to concern over the performance of the nation's children in mathematics and science. Institutions of higher education partner with K-12 districts and others to effect deep, lasting improvement in K-12 mathematics and science education.
Misconception Oriented Standards-based Assessment Resource for Teachers (MOSART) Phase II
Misconception Oriented Standards-based Assessment Resource for Teachers (MOSART) Phase II, MOSART: Misconception Oriented Standards-based Assessment Resource for Teachers
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Does Value-Added Work Better in Elementary Than in Secondary Grades?, Douglas N. Harris, Andrew Anderson, Carnegie Foundation. May 2013
What Do We Know About the Tradeoffs Associated with Teacher Misclassification in High Stakes Personnel Decisions?, Dan Goldhaber, Susanna Loeb, Carnegie Foundation. April 2013
How Stable are Value-Added Estimates across Years, Subjects, and Student Groups?, Susanna Loeb, Christopher A. Candelaria, Carnegie Foundation. October 2012