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The Resource Filling in the blanks : standardized testing and the black-white achievement gap, by Keena Arbuthnot, (electronic resource)

Filling in the blanks : standardized testing and the black-white achievement gap, by Keena Arbuthnot, (electronic resource)

Label
Filling in the blanks : standardized testing and the black-white achievement gap
Title
Filling in the blanks
Title remainder
standardized testing and the black-white achievement gap
Statement of responsibility
by Keena Arbuthnot
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Arbuthnot, Keena
Dewey number
371.260973
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Contemporary perspectives in race and ethnic relations
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Educational tests and measurements
  • Test bias
  • Educational equalization
  • United States
Label
Filling in the blanks : standardized testing and the black-white achievement gap, by Keena Arbuthnot, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
mixed
Contents
  • ""Filling in the Blanks""; ""Standardized Testing and the Black-White Achievement Gap""; ""A volume in""; ""Contemporary Perspectives in Race and Ethnic Relations""; ""Series Editors""; ""M. Christopher Brown II, Alcorn State University""; ""T. Elon Dancy II, University of Oklahoma""; ""CONTENTS""; ""PART I: Testing and Measurement Concepts""; ""1. The Test Development Proces 3""; ""2. Validity and Test Fairness 9""; ""3. Test Performance Patterns 21""; ""4. Sources of The Black-White Achievement Gap 33""; ""5. Differential Item Functioning 47""
  • ""PART II: Group Differences and the Testing Environment""""6. Test-Wiseness 61""; ""7. Strategy Formation and Time Management 69""; ""8. Cognitive Processing 77""; ""9. Guidance for Stakeholders 91""; ""Contemporary Perspectives in Race and Ethnic Relations""; ""Filling in the Blanks""; ""Standardized Testing and the Black-White Achievement Gap""; ""by""; ""Keena Arbuthnot Louisiana State University""; ""Information Age Publishing, Inc.""; ""Charlotte, North Carolina • www.infoagepub.com""; ""ACKNOWLEDGMENTS""; ""Introduction""; ""Act I""; ""How it all Beganâ€?""; ""Act II""; ""Act III""
  • ""Act IV""""Organization of the Book""; ""Audience""; ""part i""; ""Testing and Measurement Concepts""; ""The TEST DEVELOPMENT PROCESS""; ""“To understand what these tests do and do not measure, it is important first to understand how they are constructed.â€?""; ""â€?Claude Steele""; ""Introduction""; ""Test Development""; ""Test Design""; ""Test Development""; ""Test Administration""; ""Test Use""; ""Conclusion""; ""chapter 1""; ""Figure 1. 1. Four stages in the assessment process as pictured in Willingham and Cole (1997).""
  • ""Figure 2. 1. Four different scenarios of the meaning of fairness.""""VALIDITY AND TEST FAIRNESS""; ""Introduction""; ""Validity""; ""Threats to Validity""; ""Test Fairness""; ""History of Fairness""; ""Army Alpha/Beta Tests""; ""Coleman Report""; ""Civil Rightâ€?s and Womenâ€?s Rights Movement""; ""“How Much Can You Boost IQ and Scholastic Achievementâ€?""; ""Golden Rule Settlement""; ""Varying Views of Fairness""; ""Category 1: Fairness as Lack of Bias""; ""Category 2: Fairness as Equitable Treatment in the Testing Process""; ""Category 3: Fairness as Equality in Outcomes in Testing""
  • ""Category 4: Fairness as Opportunity to Learn""""Test Developers and Fairness""; ""Conclusion""; ""chapter 2""; ""TEST PERFORMANCE PATTERNS""; ""Introduction""; ""K-12 Standardized Tests""; ""NAEP""; ""What Are the Test Performances Differences Shown on the NAEP?""; ""Table 3.1. Differences in Test Performance Between Black and White Test Takers on the NAEP Assessment""; ""Table 3.1. Continued""; ""College and Graduate/Professional School Entrance Examinations""; ""What Are the Test Performance Differences Between Black and White Test Takers on College Entrance and Professional Graduate?""
Control code
ocn748672401
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 155 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781617354434
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)748672401
Label
Filling in the blanks : standardized testing and the black-white achievement gap, by Keena Arbuthnot, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
mixed
Contents
  • ""Filling in the Blanks""; ""Standardized Testing and the Black-White Achievement Gap""; ""A volume in""; ""Contemporary Perspectives in Race and Ethnic Relations""; ""Series Editors""; ""M. Christopher Brown II, Alcorn State University""; ""T. Elon Dancy II, University of Oklahoma""; ""CONTENTS""; ""PART I: Testing and Measurement Concepts""; ""1. The Test Development Proces 3""; ""2. Validity and Test Fairness 9""; ""3. Test Performance Patterns 21""; ""4. Sources of The Black-White Achievement Gap 33""; ""5. Differential Item Functioning 47""
  • ""PART II: Group Differences and the Testing Environment""""6. Test-Wiseness 61""; ""7. Strategy Formation and Time Management 69""; ""8. Cognitive Processing 77""; ""9. Guidance for Stakeholders 91""; ""Contemporary Perspectives in Race and Ethnic Relations""; ""Filling in the Blanks""; ""Standardized Testing and the Black-White Achievement Gap""; ""by""; ""Keena Arbuthnot Louisiana State University""; ""Information Age Publishing, Inc.""; ""Charlotte, North Carolina • www.infoagepub.com""; ""ACKNOWLEDGMENTS""; ""Introduction""; ""Act I""; ""How it all Beganâ€?""; ""Act II""; ""Act III""
  • ""Act IV""""Organization of the Book""; ""Audience""; ""part i""; ""Testing and Measurement Concepts""; ""The TEST DEVELOPMENT PROCESS""; ""“To understand what these tests do and do not measure, it is important first to understand how they are constructed.â€?""; ""â€?Claude Steele""; ""Introduction""; ""Test Development""; ""Test Design""; ""Test Development""; ""Test Administration""; ""Test Use""; ""Conclusion""; ""chapter 1""; ""Figure 1. 1. Four stages in the assessment process as pictured in Willingham and Cole (1997).""
  • ""Figure 2. 1. Four different scenarios of the meaning of fairness.""""VALIDITY AND TEST FAIRNESS""; ""Introduction""; ""Validity""; ""Threats to Validity""; ""Test Fairness""; ""History of Fairness""; ""Army Alpha/Beta Tests""; ""Coleman Report""; ""Civil Rightâ€?s and Womenâ€?s Rights Movement""; ""“How Much Can You Boost IQ and Scholastic Achievementâ€?""; ""Golden Rule Settlement""; ""Varying Views of Fairness""; ""Category 1: Fairness as Lack of Bias""; ""Category 2: Fairness as Equitable Treatment in the Testing Process""; ""Category 3: Fairness as Equality in Outcomes in Testing""
  • ""Category 4: Fairness as Opportunity to Learn""""Test Developers and Fairness""; ""Conclusion""; ""chapter 2""; ""TEST PERFORMANCE PATTERNS""; ""Introduction""; ""K-12 Standardized Tests""; ""NAEP""; ""What Are the Test Performances Differences Shown on the NAEP?""; ""Table 3.1. Differences in Test Performance Between Black and White Test Takers on the NAEP Assessment""; ""Table 3.1. Continued""; ""College and Graduate/Professional School Entrance Examinations""; ""What Are the Test Performance Differences Between Black and White Test Takers on College Entrance and Professional Graduate?""
Control code
ocn748672401
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 155 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781617354434
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)748672401

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