Educational testing and evaluation: design, analysis, and policy
Sage Publications, 1980 - Education - 242 pages
A wide range of noted academicians and practitioners in educational testing and evaluation make up the contributors to this volume. They discuss the creation of new tests for new curricula and methods of evaluating educational programmes and individual schools. Difficult problems of methodology are approached and critical issues in educational testing are related to education policy.
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