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Predicting Freshman Grade‐Point Average from Test Scores: Effects of Variation Within and Between High Schools Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: D. Koretz, M. Langi
  • Published Date: Oct 30, 2017

Abstract Most studies predicting college performance from high‐school grade point average (HSGPA) and college admissions test scores use single‐level regression models that...

Automated Scoring of Students’ Small‐Group Discussions to Assess Reading Ability Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: Audra E. Kosh, Jeffrey A. Greene, P. Karen Murphy, Hal Burdick, Carla M. Firetto, Jeff Elmore
  • Published Date: Nov 16, 2017

Abstract We explored the feasibility of using automated scoring to assess upper‐elementary students’ reading ability through analysis of transcripts of students’...

Examining Estimates of Intervention Effectiveness Using Sensitivity Analysis Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: Chen An, Henry Braun, Mary E. Walsh
  • Published Date: Nov 16, 2017

Abstract Making causal inferences from a quasi‐experiment is difficult. Sensitivity analysis approaches to address hidden selection bias thus have gained popularity. This...

On the Choice of Anchor Tests in Equating Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: Sandip Sinharay
  • Published Date: Nov 23, 2017

Abstract The choice of anchor tests is crucial in applications of the nonequivalent groups with anchor test design of equating. Sinharay and Holland (2006, 2007) suggested...

How Well Does the Sum Score Summarize the Test? Summability as a Measure of Internal Consistency Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: J. J. Goeman, N. H. Jong
  • Published Date: Jan 15, 2018

Abstract Many researchers use Cronbach's alpha to demonstrate internal consistency, even though it has been shown numerous times that Cronbach's alpha is not suitable for...

Using Evidence‐Centered Design to Create a Special Educator Observation System Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: Evelyn S. Johnson, Angela Crawford, Laura A. Moylan, Yuzhu Zheng
  • Published Date: Jan 15, 2018

Abstract The evidence‐centered design framework was used to create a special education teacher observation system, Recognizing Effective Special Education Teachers....

Using Diagnostic Profiles to Describe Borderline Performance in Standard Setting Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: Gary Skaggs, Serge F. Hein, Jesse L. M. Wilkins
  • Published Date: Oct 19, 2018

Abstract In test‐centered standard‐setting methods, borderline performance can be represented by many different profiles of strengths and weaknesses. As a result, asking...

The Choice of Response Probability in Bookmark Standard Setting: An Experimental Study Early View

  • Journal: Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
  • Authors: Peter Baldwin, Melissa J. Margolis, Brian E. Clauser, Janet Mee, Marcia Winward
  • Published Date: Jan 16, 2019

Abstract Evidence of the internal consistency of standard‐setting judgments is a critical part of the validity argument for tests used to make classification decisions. The bookmark standard‐setting...

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