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9/15/04Identifying And Implementing Educational Practices Supported By Rigorous Evidence: A User Friendly GuideCoalition for Evidence-Based PolicyInstitute of Education Sciences, US Dept. of...Article2003
9/01/04Strengthening Peer Review in Federal Agencies that Support Education ResearchLisa Towne, Jack M. Fletcher, and Lauress L. Wise, Editors , Committee on Research in Education, National Research CouncilThe National Academies PressBook2004
8/31/04Scientific Research in EducationCommittee on Scientific Principles for Education Research, Richard J. Shavelson and Lisa Towne, Editors, National Research CouncilThe National Academies PressBook2002
8/10/04The Influence of Socioeconomic Factors on Kentucky's Public School Accountability System: Does Poverty Impact School Effectiveness?Robert LyonsEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2004
6/16/04The Turing Test: A New Approach to Evaluating Investments in Educational Capacity and InfrastructureMark St. JohnInvernessReport
6/02/04What is High-Quality Instruction?Iris R. Weiss, Joan D. PasleyEd. LeadershipPeer-Reviewed Article2004
4/30/04Standards and Tests: Keeping Them AlignedLynn OlsenResearch PointsArticle2003
4/30/04A Balanced School Accountability Model: An Alternative to High-Stakes TestingKen JonesPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2004
4/20/04Facing and Embracing the Assessment ChallengeCarol DamianENCArticle2004
3/03/04The Ambiguity of Test Preparation: A Multimethod Analysis in One StateWilliam A. Firestone, Laura Monfils, Gregory Camilli, Roberta Schorr, Jennifer Hicks, David MayrowetzTCRPeer-Reviewed Article2002
3/01/04Analyzing Instructional Content and Practices Using Data to Improve Alignment of Science Instruction with StandardsRolf K. Blank, Stan HillThe Science TeacherArticle2004
1/23/04Constraining Elementary Teachers' Work: Dilemmas and Paradoxes Created by State Mandated TestingSandra Mathison, Melissa FreemanEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2003
1/22/04External Support to Schools on Probation: Getting a Leg Up?Kara Finnigan, David Wekelyn, Jennifer O'DayCPREArticle2003
1/21/04Technology Counts 2003: Pencil's Down: Technology's Answer to TestingEducation WeekEd. WeekArticle2003
1/21/04All States Get Federal Nod on Key PlansLynn OlsonEd. WeekArticle2003
1/21/04Consumer-Referenced TestingPeter BehuniakPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2003
1/21/04Standards and Assessments: Where We Are and What We NeedLinda Darling-HammondTCRPeer-Reviewed Article2003
1/20/04Exploring the Achievement Gap Between White and Minority Students in Texas: A Comparison of the 1996 and 2000 NAEP and TAAS Eighth Grade Mathematics Test ResultsThomas H. Linton, Donald KesterEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2003
1/20/04The Limits of Sanctions in Low-Performing Schools: A Study of Maryland and Kentucky Schools on ProbationHeinrich MintropEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2003
1/19/04Dispelling the Myth Revisited: Preliminary Findings from a Nationwide Analysis of "High-Flying" SchoolsCraig D. JeraldThe Education TrustArticle2002
1/19/04The Death of Science? What We Risk in Our Rush Toward Standardized Testing and the Three R'sOlaf Jorgenson, Rick VanosdallPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2002
1/19/04Opening Exercises - Or Never-Never LandWendy DarlingPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2002
1/18/04Expecting Success: A Study of Five High Performing, High Poverty SchoolsCouncil of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO)CCSSOReport2002
1/18/04Hands-on Science and Student AchievementAllen RubyRANDReport2002
1/18/04Assessment, Student Confidence, and School SuccessRichard J. StigginsPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2002
1/17/04Assessment Crisis: The Absence Of Assessment FOR LearningRichard J. StigginsPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2002
1/17/04Up Close and PersonalLynn OlsonEd. WeekArticle2002
1/17/04British Group Nudges Tests Toward Classroom AssessmentLynn OlsonEd. WeekArticle2002
1/17/04Six Principles of Effective Accountability: Accountability-based reforms should lead to better teaching and learning-periodDouglas B. ReevesEd. LetterArticle2002
1/16/04State-Mandated Testing and Teachers' Beliefs and PracticeSandra CimbriczEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2002
1/16/04Rethinking "High Stakes:" Lessons from the US and England and WalesWilliam A. Firestone, David MayrowetzTCRPeer-Reviewed Article2000
1/16/04Significance of Test-based Ratings for Metropolitan Boston SchoolsCraig BolonEPAAPeer-Reviewed Article2002
1/15/04School and Classroom Practices During Two Years of Education Reform in Washington StateBrian Steecher, Tammi ChunCRESSTReport2002
1/15/04Quantum Theory, the Uncertainty Principle, and the Alchemy of Standardized TestingSelma WassermannPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2002
1/15/04Value-Added Indicators: A Powerful Tool for Evaluating Science and Mathematics Programs and PoliciesRobert H. MeyerNISEArticle2000
1/15/04Students with Disabilities in Standards-based Assessment and Accountability Systems: Emerging Issues, Strategies, and Recommendations (Synthesis Report 37)Rachel F. Quenemoen, Carol B. Massanari, Martha L. Thurlow, Camilla A. LehrNCEOReport2002
1/14/04ABC on Scoring Rubrics Development for Large Scale Performance Assessment in Mathematics and ScienceWestatWESTATReport2002
1/13/04Usefulness of Annual Testing Varies by StateLynn OlsonEd. WeekArticle2002
1/12/04An Interview with Harold Hodgkinson: Demographics -- Ignore Them at Your PerilMark F. GoldbergPDKPeer-Reviewed Article2000
1/12/04Determining Alignment of Expectations and Assessments in Mathematics and Science EducationNorman WebbNISEArticle1997
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