by Edmund W. Gordon & Emily B. Campbell
This article is a piece of analytic and descriptive commentary based on the work of the Gordon Commission on the Future of Assessment of Education, in which the authors advocate for greater attention to be given to the correlates of human performance in educational measurement.
by John T. Behrens & Kristen E. DiCerbo
The ability to capture data from a wide variety of digital activity should fundamentally change how assessment is approached. Moving from an item to an activity paradigm and from individual to social considerations, along with the integration of learning and assessment, have the potential to transform how we make inferences about students.
Education researcher Arlo Kempf discusses his article, Cuban Teacher Perspectives on Race and Racism: The Pedagogy of Home-School Relations. Watch and discuss this episode of The Voice on Vialogues.
by Pamela Petrease Felder, Walter P. Parrish, III, Joan Nicole Collier & Reginald Blockett
This work addresses important models of programmatic support specific to the STEM doctoral experience.
by Gary Natriello
Teachers College Record subscriptions will now include two yearbooks in each calendar year.