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Comments on Race to the Top Proposal Attachment A: Membership of the Board on Testing and Assessment Edward H. Haertel (Chair), School of Education, Stanford University Lyle Bachman, Department of Applied Linguistics, University of California, Los Angeles Stephen Dunbar, College of Education, University of Iowa David J. Francis, Department of Psychology, University of Houston Arthur Goldberger6, Department of Economics, Emeritus, University of Wisconsin–Madison Michael Hout, Graduate Group in Sociology and Demography, University of California, Berkeley Michael Kane, Research and Development Division, Educational Testing Service Kevin Lang, Department of Economics, Boston University Michael Nettles, Policy Evaluation and Research Center, Educational Testing Service Diana Pullin, Lynch School of Education, Boston College Brian Stecher, Education Program, RAND Mark R. Wilson, Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley Rebecca Zwick, Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, University of California, Santa Barbara Stuart W. Elliott, Board Director Judith Anderson Koenig, Senior Program Officer 6 Was unable to participate in BOTA’s Committee to Respond to the Department of Education RTT Proposal. 15