Psychological Tests, National Assessment of Educational Progress

Psychological Tests, National Assessment of Educational Progress

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This set contains:
1. The National Assessment of Educational Progress, Demonstration Package, Age 9. The booklet is 31 pages long and contains eighteen questions.
2. The National Assessment of Educational Progress, Demonstration Package, Age 13. The booklet is 24 pages long and contains thirteen questions.
3. The National Assessment of Educational Progress, Demonstration Package, Year 02. The booklet is 31 pages long and contains eighteen questions.
4. A pamphlet entitled, “How Much Are Students Learning: Plans for a National Assessment of Education” prepared by the Committee on Assessing the Progress of Education at the request of Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Fund for the Advancement of Education. The booklet was written by Caroline Hightower. The cover is printed on yellow paper and contains images of students in school.
5. A copy of an article written by Frank B. Womer entitled “Research Toward National Assessment.” It was reprinted from the Western Regional Conference on Testing Problems.
6. A copy of an article entitled, “National Assessment of Educational Programs” by William A. Mehrens. It was published in Childhood Education and is dated May, 1970. It is four pages long.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
Psychological Tests, Set Of
date made
1968-1970
author
Education Commission of the States
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 1.3 cm x 21.5 cm x 28 cm; 1/2 in x 8 15/32 in x 11 1/32 in
ID Number
1986.3133.08
catalog number
1986.3133.08
nonaccession number
1986.3133
Credit Line
Gift of Ruth E. Myer
subject
Psychological Tests
Education
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