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Impeded Attainment? The Role of State Exit Examination-Alternative Route Policy Combinations


by Anne Traynor & Allison E. Chapman — 2015


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 117 Number 9, 2015, p. 1-34
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18071, Date Accessed: 10/18/2017 1:56:10 AM
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  • Anne Traynor
    Purdue University
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    ANNE TRAYNOR is an assistant professor of Educational Psychology and Research Methodology in the College of Education Purdue University. Her research focuses on validation of test score interpretations, educational measurement, and assessment policy. Recent publications have appeared in Structural Equation Modeling and Comparative Education Review.
  • Allison Chapman
    Queen’s University
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    ALLISON E. A. CHAPMAN is a doctoral candidate in Assessment and Evaluation at the Faculty of Education, Queen’s University, Canada. Her research explores the use of formative assessment within secondary mathematics classrooms. Additionally, she has research interests in large-scale testing, standard-setting, and research methodologies. Recently, she co-published (with D. A. Klinger and A. Mills) a book chapter entitled, "School," in The Health of Canada’s Young People: A Mental Health Focus (2011). Allison has presented at the annual meetings of the National Council on Measurement in Education and the Canadian Society for the Study of Education.
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