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Methodological Advances in Cross-National Surveys of Educational Achievement Appendixes

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Methodological Advances in Cross-National Surveys of Educational Achievement This page in the original is blank.

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Methodological Advances in Cross-National Surveys of Educational Achievement A Symposium Agenda and Participants BOARD ON INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN EDUCATION Methodological Advances in Large-Scale Cross-National Education Surveys Symposium November 1, 2000 The National Academies National Academy of Sciences Building, entrance 2100 C Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. AGENDA Lecture Room 8:00-8:30 a.m. Continental breakfast in meeting room 8:30-9:00 Welcome and Introductions Andrew Porter (Chair), University of Wisconsin, Madison 9:00-10:30 Panel #1: Study Design Chair: Eugene Owen, U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics

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Methodological Advances in Cross-National Surveys of Educational Achievement   Commissioned authors: Measuring achievement: Robert L. Linn, University of Colorado Translation: Ronald K. Hambleton, University of Massachusetts Sampling: James R. Chromy, Research Triangle Institute Discussant: William H. Schmidt, Michigan State University Author Response 10:30-10:45 Break 10:45-12:15 Panel #2: Context and Culture Chair: Valena Plisko, U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics Commissioned authors: Cognition and culture: Janine Bempechat, Harvard University Family background: Claudia Buchmann, Duke University Cross-cultural issues: Gerald K. LeTendre, Pennsylvania State University Discussant: William C. Cummings, George Washington University Author Response 12:15-1:15 pm Lunch in Lecture Room, Executive Dining Room, Members Room, and Room 150 1:15-2:45 Panel #3: Making Inferences Chair: Larry Suter, National Science Foundation, Division of Research on Education, Policy and Practice Commissioned authors: Measuring opportunity to learn: Robert Floden, Michigan State University Statistical methods: Stephen W. Raudenbush, University of Michigan Inferences for national policy: Marshall S. Smith, Stanford University Discussant: Senta Raizen, National Center for Improving Science Education Author Response

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Methodological Advances in Cross-National Surveys of Educational Achievement 2:45-3:00 Break 3:00-4:00 Roundtables Panels #1, 2, and 3 in three breakout groups Executive Dining Room, Members Room, and Room 150 • Authors discuss cross-cutting issues and future research directions • Questions from the audience 4:00-5:00 Rapporteur Review Chair: Adam Gamoran, University of Wisconsin, Madison Rapporteurs: Gerald Bracey, Alexandria, Virginia Brian Rowan, University of Michigan 5:00 Adjourn PARTICIPANTS Motoko Akiba, Pennsylvania State University Naif al-Romi, Pennsylvania State University and Ministry of Education, Saudi Arabia David Baker, Pennsylvania State University Janine Bempechat, Harvard University L. Benveniste, The World Bank David C. Berliner,* Arizona State University Sue Berryman, The World Bank Marilyn Binkley, U.S. Department of Education Gerald Bracey, Writer, Alexandria, Virginia Blanch Brownley, District of Columbia Public Schools Claudia Buchmann, Duke University Colette Chabbott, Board on International Comparative Studies in Education, National Research Council James R. Chromy, Research Triangle Institute Yvan Clermont, Statistics Canada William C. Cummings, George Washington University Roseanne DeFabio, New York State Education Deptartment Elizabeth Demarest, U.S. Department of Education Sandra Dike, Virginia Technical University Clea Fernandez,* Teachers College, Columbia University *   Member of BICSE in 2000

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Methodological Advances in Cross-National Surveys of Educational Achievement Robert Floden, Michigan State University Mary Frase, National Science Foundation Adam Gamoran,* University of Wisconsin, Madison Lenore Garcia, U.S. Department of Education Dorothy Gilford, Gilford Associates, Bethesda, Maryland Alice Gill, American Federation of Teachers Vincent Greaney, The World Bank Ronald K. Hambleton, University of Massachusetts Sandra Hanson, Catholic University Richard Houang, Michigan State University Marion Hoyda, Lockport District 205, Lockport, Illinois Norma Jimenez, Harvard University Jeremy Kilpatrick,* University of Georgia Irwin Kirsch, Educational Testing Service Archie LaPointe, Educational Testing Service Michelle LaPointe, U.S. Department of Education John Larson, Montgomery County Public Schools Mariann Lemke, U.S. Department of Education Gerald K. LeTendre, Pennsylvania State University Robert L. Linn, University of Colorado Marlaine E. Lockheed,* The World Bank Giselle Lundy-Ponce, American Federation of Teachers Kitty Mak, American Institutes for Research James Maxwell, U.S. Department of Education Sam McKee, U.S. Department of Education Meredith Miller, U.S. Department of Education Heinrich Mintrop, University of Maryland Jena Mittelman, U.S. Department of Education Jay Moskowitz, American Institutes for Research Patricia Olmsted, High/Scope Educational Research Foundation Martin Orland, U.S. Department of Education Eugene H. Owen, U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics Lynn W. Paine, Michigan State University Lois Peak,* U.S. Department of Education Marianne Perie, American Institutes for Research Gary Phillips, U.S. Department of Education Valena W. Plisko, U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics Andrew C. Porter,* (chair) University of Wisconsin, Madison Owen Power, Statistics Canada Edys Quellmalz, SRI International Francisco Ramirez, Stanford University

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Methodological Advances in Cross-National Surveys of Educational Achievement Senta A. Raizen, National Center for Improving Science Education Stephen W. Raudenbush, University of Michigan Iris Rotberg, George Washington University Brian Rowan, University of Michigan Laura Salganik, American Institutes for Research Kathryn Scantlebury, National Science Foundation William H. Schmidt, Michigan State University Janet Ward Schofield,* University of Pittsburgh Ramsay Selden, American Institutes for Research Kusum Singh, Virginia Technical University Marshall S. Smith, Stanford University Thomas Smith, National Science Foundation Ravay Snow-Renner, Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning Larry E. Suter, National Science Foundation, Division of Research on Education, Policy and Practice Maria Teresa Tatto, Michigan State University William L. Taylor, Attorney at Law, Washington, D.C. Joseph Tobin,* University of Hawaii Judith Torney-Purta, University of Maryland Monica Ulewicz, Board on International Comparative Studies in Education, National Research Council Arie van der Ploeg, North Central Regional Education Laboratory Elizabeth VanderPutten, National Science Foundation Hans Wagemaker, International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement Myriam Waiser, The World Bank Patsy Wang-Iverson, Research for Better Schools Trevor Williams, WESTAT Alex Wiseman, Pennsylvania State University Shu Jing Yen, Maryland Department of Education