Capitol Hill Briefing: Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing
Capitol Hill Briefing: Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing
 
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Capitol Hill Briefing

Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing:
Essential Guidance and Key Developments 
in a New Era of Testing

Russell Senate Office Building—Kennedy Caucus Room (SR-325)
Noon to 2 p.m. EDT
* September 12, 2014 *
(Lunch available beginning at 11:30 a.m.
Program begins promptly at noon)
 
 
 
In a time of wide public concern over high-stakes testing, value-added measures, and testing fairness and validity, this important public briefing will examine newly released standards that underpin effective testing and measurement in schools, the workplace, and other settings.
 
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* IN PERSON * 
please email your name, affiliation,
phone number, 
and email address to 

communications@aera.net.

Please RSVP by noon EDT, Thursday, September 11.

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All attendees will receive one complimentary copy of the Testing Standards

This briefing features notable testing and measurement experts, who will address key takeaways and major changes in the just-released 2014 edition of the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing (Testing Standards).

In light of a decade of major change in education, speakers will provide a focus on developments in testing fairness, validity, accountability, and technology.
 
Audience Q&A will follow speaker presentations.

Speakers include leaders from the American Educational Research Association, the American Psychological Association, the National Council on Measurement in Education, and testing experts involved in the revision of the Testing Standards:
  • Steven J. Breckler, Executive Director, American Psychological Association's Science Directorate
  • Wayne Camara, Senior Vice President of Research, ACT
  • Laura S. Hamilton, Senior Behavioral Scientist, RAND Corporation
  • Felice J. Levine, Executive Director, American Educational Research Association
  • Barbara Plake, Professor Emeritus, University of Nebraska—Lincoln
  • Lauress (Laurie) L. Wise, Principal Scientist, Human Resources Research Organization; President, National Council on Measurement in Education
The Testing Standards is a joint project of the American Educational Research Association, the American Psychological Association, and the National Council on Measurement in Education.
 
 
 
 

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Russell Senate Office Building

Finding the Kennedy Caucus Room (SR-325)
From the entrance on the corner of Delaware NE and C Street NE: Enter at the Russell Rotunda and head to the elevator bank on the right. Take an elevator up to the 3rd floor. Turn left to walk partway around the Russell Rotunda. SR-325 will be on your right, just off of the rotunda.

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