Changing Contexts and Relationships in Educational Evaluation

  title={Changing Contexts and Relationships in Educational Evaluation},
  author={Katherine E. Ryan},
  • Katherine E. Ryan
  • Published 2007
  • Political Science
  • So I want to take you back to about 20 years ago, as a first year graduate student I was doing a research assistantship with a professor interested in math test performance and motivation. This was the period when the U.S. was equally awed by the Japanese automobile import/production cycle and the Japanese educational system. The systems were both efficient and effective. As part of that assistantship, I helped some staff from the Midwest State Board of Education (MSBE) do a modest longitudinal… CONTINUE READING

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