Measuring Test Measurement Error : A General Approach

@inproceedings{Boyd2013MeasuringTM,
  title={Measuring Test Measurement Error : A General Approach},
  author={Donald J. Boyd and Hamilton Lankford and Susanna Loeb and James H. Wyckoff},
  year={2013}
}
Test-based accountability as well as value-added asessments and much experimental and quasi-experimental research in education rely on achievement tests to measure student skills and knowledge. Yet, we know little regarding fundamental properties of these tests, an important example being the extent of measurement error and its implications for educational policy and practice. While test vendors provide estimates of split-test reliability, these measures do not account for potentially important… CONTINUE READING

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