Appendix B
Workshop Participants

Joan Abdallah, American Association for the Advancement of Science

David Abrams, New York State

Frank Adamson, Stanford University

Martha Aliaga, American Statistical Association

Jaime Allentuck, Government Accountability Office

Guy-Alain Amoussou, National Science Foundation

Allison Armour-Garb, Rockefeller Institute of Government

Sally Atkins-Burnett, Mathematica

Margaret Bartz, Chicago Public Schools

Alix Beatty, National Research Council

Rolf K. Blank, Council of Chief State School Officers

Bonnie Bracey Sutton, Emaginos

Molly Broad, American Council on Education

Gina Broxterman, National Center for Education Statistics

J.B. Buxton, Metametrics

Peg Cagle, California Teachers Advisory Council

Micheline Chalhoub-Deville, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Doug Christensen, Nebraska Department of Education

Julia Clark, National Science Foundation

Sherri Coles, Family Support Center on Disabilities

Bruce W. Colletti, Northern Virginia Community College

Jere Confrey, North Carolina State University

Tim Crockett, Measured Progress

Christopher Cross, Cross and Joftus, LLC



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Appendix B Workshop Participants Joan Abdallah, American Association for the Advancement of Science David Abrams, New York State Frank Adamson, Stanford University Martha Aliaga, American Statistical Association Jaime Allentuck, Government Accountability Office Guy-Alain Amoussou, National Science Foundation Allison Armour-Garb, Rockefeller Institute of Government Sally Atkins-Burnett, Mathematica Margaret Bartz, Chicago Public Schools Alix Beatty, National Research Council Rolf K. Blank, Council of Chief State School Officers Bonnie Bracey Sutton, Emaginos Molly Broad, American Council on Education Gina Broxterman, National Center for Education Statistics J.B. Buxton, Metametrics Peg Cagle, California Teachers Advisory Council Micheline Chalhoub-Deville, University of North Carolina, Greensboro Doug Christensen, Nebraska Department of Education Julia Clark, National Science Foundation Sherri Coles, Family Support Center on Disabilities Bruce W. Colletti, Northern Virginia Community College Jere Confrey, North Carolina State University Tim Crockett, Measured Progress Christopher Cross, Cross and Joftus, LLC 

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 BEST PRACTICES FOR STATE ASSESSMENT SYSTEMS, PART I Jerome Dancis, University of Maryland Linda Darling-Hammond, Stanford University Stephanie Dean, James B. Hunt, Jr. Institute George E. DeBoer, American Association for the Advancement of Science Gabriel Della-Piana, University of Utah Betty Demarest, National Education Association Craig Deville, Measurement Incorporated Pasquale DeVito, Measured Progress Shelby Dietz, Center on Education Policy Chris Domalski, National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment Nancy Doorey, Educational Testing Service Kelly Duncan, National Research Council Janice Earle, National Science Foundation John Easton, U.S. Department of Education Tracey Edou, Department of Energy David Egnor, U.S. Department of Education Lisa Ehrlich, Measured Progress Stuart Elliott, National Research Council John Ewing, Math for America Florence D. Fasanelli, American Association for the Advancement of Science Steve Ferrara, CTB/McGraw-Hill Michael Feuer, National Research Council Rebecca Fitch, U.S. Office for Civil Rights Beth Foley, National Education Association Pat Forgione, Educational Testing Service Denise Forte, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Education and Labor Gavin Fulmer, National Science Foundation Randall Garton, Shanker Institute Michael Gilligan, James B. Hunt, Jr. Institute Alan Ginsburg, U.S. Department of Education Margaret Goertz, University of Pennsylvania Brian Gong, National Center for Improvement of Educational Assessment Mandi Gordon, George Mason University Mark D. Greenman, National Science Foundation Eunice Greer, National Center for Education Statistics Laura Hamilton, RAND Pierce Hammond, Office of Vocational and Adult Education Mariana Haynes, National Association of State Boards of Education Andres Henriquez, Carnegie Corporation Joan Herman, CRESST Richard Hill, National Science Foundation

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 APPENDIX B Margaret Hilton, National Research Council Gene Hoffman, Human Resources Research Organization Yung-chen Hsu, American Council on Education Bruce Hunter, American Association of School Administrators Kirk Janowiak, U.S. Department of Education Arundhati Jayarao, Einstein Fellow, Office of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Michael Jennings, University of Alabama Wyn Jennings, National Science Foundation Allan Jones, Emaginos Barb Kapinus, National Education Association Martin Kehe, GED Testing Service Tom Keller, National Research Council William Kelly, American Society for Engineering Education Eugenia Kemble, Shanker Institute Julie Kochanek, Learning Point Associates Judith Koenig, National Research Council Ken Krehbiel, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Melissa Lazarin, Center for American Progress Steve Lazer, Educational Testing Service Anne Lewis, K-12 Assessment and Performance Management Center, Educational Testing Service Dane Linn, National Governors Association Alan Maloney, North Carolina State University David Mandel, National Center on Education and the Economy Scott Marion, National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment Dirk Mattson, Minnesota Department of Education Rebecca Maynard, University of Pennsylvania Lorraine McDonnell, University of California, Santa Barbara Jamie McKee, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Tiah McKinney, George Mason University Raegen Miller, Center for American Progress Sherri Miller, ACT Zipporah Miller, National Science Teachers Association Chris Minnich, Council of Chief State School Officers Hassan Minor, Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science William Montague, Association of Independent Schools of Greater Washington Scott Montgomery, Council of Chief State School Officers Jean Moon, National Research Council Patricia Morison, National Research Council Lesley Muldoon, Achieve F. Howard Nelson, AFL-CIO

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0 BEST PRACTICES FOR STATE ASSESSMENT SYSTEMS, PART I Rose Neugroschel, National Research Council Alexander Nicholas, National Science Foundation Steven Obenhaus, Office of Senator Joseph I. Lieberman (ID-CT) Carol O’Donnell, U.S. Department of Education Cornelia Orr, National Assessment Governing Board Ray Pecheone, Stanford University Anthonette Pena, National Science Foundation Marianne Perie, National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment Ashley Clark Perry, James B. Hunt, Jr. Institute Kristina Peterson, House Committee on Education and Labor Valena Plisko, National Center for Education Statistics Gerrita Postlewait, Stupski Foundation Diana Pullin, Boston College Sam Rankin, American Mathematical Society Joseph Reed, National Science Foundation Sue Rigney, U.S. Department of Education Judith Rizzo, James B. Hunt, Jr. Institute Roy Romer, The College Board Robert Rothman, Alliance for Excellent Education Gerhard Salinger, National Science Foundation Eugene Schaffer, University of Maryland, Baltimore Elizabeth Schneider, Alliance for Excellent Education Susan Sclafani, National Center for Education and the Economy Kelly Scott, The Aspen Institute-Commission on NCLB Robert Scott, Department of Education, Texas Barbara Shannon, California Teachers Advisory Council Lorrie Shepard, University of Colorado Elena Silva, Education Sector Malbert Smith, MetaMetrics Patty Sobecky, University of Alabama Nancy Spillane, National Science Foundation Brian Stecher, RAND Jack Stenner, MetaMetrics Marc Sternberg, U.S. Department of Education Shawn Stevens, University of Michigan Justin Stone, Associate for the American Federation of Teachers Martin Storksdieck, National Research Council Vic Sutton, Emaginos Kevin Sweeney, The College Board Monica Thammarath, Southeast Asia Resource Action Center Doua Thor, Southeast Asia Resource Action Center Tom Toch, Association of Independent Schools of Greater Washington

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1 APPENDIX B LeRoy Tompkins, Office of the State Superintendent of Education, DC Elizabeth VanderPutten, National Science Foundation Dave Vannier, National Institutes of Health Joyce VanTassel-Baska, Center for Gifted Education David Wakelyn, National Governors Association Michael Wallace, Howard University Wanda Ward, Education and Human Resources-National Science Foundation Denny Way, Pearson Susan Weigert, U.S. Department of Education Joanne Weiss, U.S. Department of Education, Race to the Top Initiative Antoinette Wells, NASA Ann Whalen, U.S. Department of Education April White, James B. Hunt, Jr. Institute Amber Wilke, Northwest Evaluation Association Joe Willhoft, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Washington Mark Wilson, University of California, Berkeley Bob Wise, Alliance for Excellent Education Lauress Wise, Human Resources Research Organization Steve Wise, Northwest Evaluation Association Zhijian Wu, University of Alabama Judy Wurtzel, U.S. Department of Education, Office of Planning, Evaluation and Policy Development Raymond Yeagley, Northwest Evaluation Association Rebecca Zwick, University of California, Santa Barbara, and Educational Testing Service

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