American Council on Education, 1971 - Educational tests and measurements - 768 pages
In this second edition, twenty-three authorities, with the assistance of more than ninety collaborators, present chapters that deal with the recent developments under three broad headings: technological developments and their reverberations and implications; conceptual developments, and social and political issues impinging upon the testing enterprise. Automation of test scoring and the evaluation of educational programs are the subjects of two new chapters.
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Educational Measurement for the Seventies
PART ONE Test Design Construction Administration and Processing
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