Appendix B
Workshop Agenda

TAKING STOCK: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED ABOUT

MAKING EDUCATION STANDARDS INTERNATIONALLY COMPETITIVE?

Board on International Comparative Studies in Education National Research Council

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AGENDA

9:00 a.m.

OPENING REMARKS

 

Michael W. Kirst, Stanford University School of Education, Stanford, California, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education (chair)

 

Andrew C. Porter, Wisconsin Center for Educational Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education

9:20

SESSION 1

 

Perspectives on Internationally Competitive Standards from the Public and Policy Makers

 

SPEAKERS

 

William E. Bickel, University of Pittsburgh Learning Research and Development Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

 

Paul G. LeMahieu, University of Delaware and Delaware Department of Public Instruction, Newark, Delaware, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education

9:45

Session 2

 

The Holy Grail of Education Reform: Internationally Competitive Standards

 

Moderator

 

Michael W. Kirst, Stanford University School of Education, Stanford, California, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education (chair)



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--> Appendix B Workshop Agenda TAKING STOCK: WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED ABOUT MAKING EDUCATION STANDARDS INTERNATIONALLY COMPETITIVE? Board on International Comparative Studies in Education National Research Council 2001 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. AGENDA 9:00 a.m. OPENING REMARKS   Michael W. Kirst, Stanford University School of Education, Stanford, California, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education (chair)   Andrew C. Porter, Wisconsin Center for Educational Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education 9:20 SESSION 1   Perspectives on Internationally Competitive Standards from the Public and Policy Makers   SPEAKERS   William E. Bickel, University of Pittsburgh Learning Research and Development Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania   Paul G. LeMahieu, University of Delaware and Delaware Department of Public Instruction, Newark, Delaware, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education 9:45 Session 2   The Holy Grail of Education Reform: Internationally Competitive Standards   Moderator   Michael W. Kirst, Stanford University School of Education, Stanford, California, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education (chair)

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-->   Speaker   Alan Ruby, Department of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs, Canberra, Australia 10:45 Break 11:00 Session 3   Teachers' Choices About Content: The Standards in Use   Moderator   Andrew C. Porter, Wisconsin Center for Educational Research, University of Wisconsin School of Education, Madison, Wisconsin, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education   Speaker   Robert Floden, Michigan State University College of Education, East Lansing, Michigan 12:00 p.m. Lunch in meeting room GREEN 104 1:00 Panel Discussions 1   GREEN 104   Panel One: Opportunities for International Benchmarking   Moderator   John A. Dossey, Illinois State University Department of Mathematics, Normal, Illinois, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education   Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)   Mary M. Lindquist, Columbus College School of Education, Columbus, Georgia, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education   New Standards Project   Katherine J. Nolan, University of Pittsburgh Learning Research and Development Center, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania   Eastman Kodak's Experience with Benchmarking   Anne Miller, Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York

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-->   GREEN 118   Panel Two: From Theory to Practice: The State Experience   Moderator   Paul G. LeMahieu, University of Delaware and Delaware Department of Public Instruction, Newark, Delaware, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education   State of Illinois   C. Thomas Kerins, Illinois State Board of Education, Springfield, Illinois   State of Maryland   Robert Rice and Jessie H. Pollack, Maryland Department of Education, Baltimore, Maryland   State of Colorado   Wayne H. Martin, Council of Chief State School Officers State Education Assessment Center, Washington, D.C. 2:15 Break 2:30 Panel Discussions 2   GREEN 104   Panel One: Opportunities for International Benchmarking   Moderator   John A. Dossey, Illinois State University Department of Mathematics, Normal, Illinois, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education   Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS)   Mary M. Lindquist, Columbus College School of Education, Columbus, Georgia, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education   New Standards Project   Katherine J. Nolan, University of Pittsburgh Learning Research and Development Center, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania   Eastman Kodak's experience with benchmarking Anne Miller, Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York

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-->   GREEN 118   Panel Two: From Theory to Practice: The State Experience   Moderator   Paul G. LeMahieu, University of Delaware and Delaware Department of Public Instruction, Newark, Delaware, and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education   State of Illinois   C. Thomas Kerins, Illinois State Department of Education, Springfield, Illinois   State of Maryland   Robert Rice and Jessie H. Pollack, Maryland Department of Education, Baltimore, Maryland   State of Colorado   Wayne H. Martin, Council of Chief State School Officers State Education Assessment Center, Washington, D.C.   GREEN 104 3:45 Next Steps: Using What We've Learned About Internationally Competitive Standards   Moderator   Christopher T. Cross, Council for Basic Education, Washington, D.C., and Board on International Comparative Studies in Education 5:00 Adjournment