Table of contents for Testing student learning, evaluating teaching effectiveness / Williamson M. Evers and Herbert J. Walberg, editors.


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Table of Contents
Foreword
	John Raisian
Introduction and Overview
	Williamson M. Evers and Herbert J. Walberg
Examinations for Educational Productivity
	Herbert J. Walberg
Why Testing Experts Hate Testing
	Richard R. Phelps
Early Reading Assessment
	Barbara R. Foorman, Jack M. Fletcher, and David J. Francis
Science and Mathematics Testing: What's Right and Wrong with the NAEP and TIMSS?
	Stan Metzenberg
Effective Teaching and the TIMSS Observational Study
	Alan R. Siegel
Portfolio Assessment and Education Reform
	Brian Stecher
Using Performance Assessment for Accountability Purposes
	William A. Mehrens
Learning from Kentucky's Failed Accountability System
	George K. Cunningham
Accountability Works in Texas
	Darvin M. Winick and Sandy Kress
Appendix: Conference agenda
Contributors
Index
	




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Educational tests and measurements United States, Educational accountability United States, Teacher effectiveness United States