2022 NCME Annual Meeting
Be sure to join us for these sessions:
Let’s Talk about the Solution Rather than the Problem: Recommending Changes for Educational Assessment Policy Part 2
- Session Type: Panel Discussion
- Marianne Perie; Suzanne Lane; Lillian Pace; Tracey Hembry (Alpine Testing Solutions)
Test Cheating Detection: A Collaborative Case Study on an IT Certification Exam
- Session Type: Coordinated Paper Session
- Kirk Becker and Paul Edward Jones (Pearson VUE), Cengiz Zopluoglu (University of Oregon), Jennifer Davis and Huijan Meng (AWS), Russell Smith (Alpine Testing Solutions)
- Session Organizer: Anjali Weber, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Discussant: James Wollack, University of Wisconsin
The theme for the 2022 NCME conference is Turn the Page – The Next Chapter for Educational Measurement.
The past year and a half did not take it easy on anyone. Each of us has been affected professionally and some of us personally by the pandemic, school closures, racism, a contested election and, for a brief moment, the prospect of civil war. Add to this uncommon brew the now common suspicion that standardized testing does less to expose inequality than it does to worsen it, and it is no surprise that many in our profession have spent the last 18 months in survival mode.
Now as the end of this traumatic chapter of our history draws near, let’s seize this opportunity to reboot. Let’s give serious thought to who we are and how we came to be that way. From our founding thinkers to the new voices who will lead the next chapter of educational measurement, how are we showing up in 2022? We no longer need to worry about disrupting established practice; that’s already happened. Now we decide what’s next, and we do so with diversity and inclusivity as our animating goal.
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