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Assessing the State of State Assessments: Perspectives on Assessing Young Children

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Authors:   Catherine Scott-Little, Sharon Lynn Kagan, Richard M. Clifford

This document includes a series of papers on theoretical and practical issues associated with wide-scale assessment systems that collect data from preschool- and kindergarten-age children.

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Publisher: SERVE Center at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Number of pages: 86
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Audience:

researchers, child advocates, policymakers involved in designing large-scale assessment systems

Key Ideas:

There are important issues to consider when designing wide-scale child assessment systems.
  • It is important to select appropriate instruments based on purpose, and
  • Give careful consideration to how the data will be used.

Ways to use:

Planning evaluation and assessment

APA Citation:

Scott-Little, C., Kagan, S. L., Clfford, R. M (2003). Assessing the State of Assessments: Perspectives on Assessing Young Children. Greensboro, NC: SERVE Center at UNCG.

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