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CETE staff to present at AERA’s annual meeting

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Current staff and graduate research assistants from the Center for Educational Testing and Evaluation (CETE) are participating in American Educational Research Association’s annual meeting April 27 – May 1, 2013, in San Francisco.

  • Amy Clark, graduate research assistant, co-presenter, symposium, “Predicting text complexity when students read orally for fluency and recall for comprehension”

  • Amy Clark and Neal Kingston, CETE co-director, co-presenters, paper, “The impact of poverty on English language proficiency assessment performance”

  • Amy Clark, graduate research assistant, co-presenter, symposium, “Predicting text complexity when students read orally for fluency and recall for comprehension”

  • Amanda Ferster, senior research associate, Julia Shaftel, Kansas Assessment Program Operations Coordinator, and Sookyung Shin, graduate research assistant, co-presenters, presentation, “An argument based approach to the reliability of the First Contact Survey”

  • Marianne Perie, CETE co-director, co-presenter, symposium, “Developing performance level descriptors for “readiness” using a statistical approach”

  • Marianne Perie, CETE co-director, co-presenter, symposium, “One year after standard setting: Validating the performance level descriptors”


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