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Appendix A Colloquium on Indicators of Precollege Science and Mathematics Education NOVEMBER 7-9, 1985 Gainesville, Florida PARTICIPANTS Lyle V. Jones, Chair pro tempe Testing Group Norman O. Frederiksen (Chair), Director of Psychological Studies, Educational Testing Servicer Charles Anderson, School of Education, Michigan State University Richard Burton, Cognitive Scientist, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center Jefferson Davis, Jr., Department of Chemistry, University of South Florida Pascal D. Forgione, Jr., Chief, Office of Research and Evaluation, Connecticut State Department of Education Lyle V. Jones, Director, L. L. Thurstone Psychometrics Laboratory, University of North Carolina. Patrick KyIlonen, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Georgia *Member' Committee on Indicators of Precollege Science and Mathematics Education 171

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172 Margaret McMeekin, M. K. Rawlings Elementary School, Gainesville, Florida Ina Mullis, National Assessment of Educational Progress, Educational Testing Service Jerome Pine, Department of Physics, California Institute of Technology* Susan ZoTtewicz, Chemistry Teacher, Eastside High School, Gainesville, Florida Curriculum Group APPENDIX A Marshall S. Smith (Chair), Dean of Education, Stanford University. (formerly at University of Wisconsin) Shirley Hill, College of Education (Mathematics), University of Missouri at Kansan City Edward J. Kormondy, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, California State University, Los Angeles William T. Lippincott, Director, Institute of Chemical Education, University of Wisconsin* Wayne Neuburger, Director of Assessment and Evaluation, Oregon Department of Education Graham Orpwood, Project Officer, Science and Education Study, Science Council of Canada Andrew Porter, School of Education, Michigan State University Ramsay Selden, Center for Educational Assessment, Council of Chief State School Officers Teacher Effectiveness Group Richard J. Murnane ~ Chair`), School of Education (Economics), Harvard University* J. Myron Atkin, School of Education, Stanford University Mary Lynn Boscardin, Department of Special Education, University of Massachusetts Herbert Clemens, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah Douglas Grouws, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, University of Missouri Magdalene Lampert, School of Education, Michigan State University *Member, Committee on Indicators of Precollege Science and Mathematics Education

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APPENDIX A George Miller, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Irvine* Jeannie Oakes, Education and Human Resources Program, The 173 . Rand Corporation David C. Smith, Dean, College of Education, University of Florida Science Attitudes/Motivation Group Mary Budd Rowe (Chair), College of Education (Science Education), University of Florida. Michael Addison, Science Teacher, Buchho~z High School, Gainesville, Florida Robert A. Bernoff, Executive Officer, Pennsylvania State University-Ogontz James P. Connell, Graduate School of Education and Human Development, University of Rochester C. Thomas Kerins, Manager of Evaluation and Assessment, Illinois State Board of Education* Hugh Munby, Faculty of Education, Queen's University, Ontario Steven Nowicki, Department of Psychology, Emory University Richard L. Scheaffer, Department of Statistics, University of Florida Samuel Sebesta, School of Education, University of Washington Dorothy Turner, Littlewood Elementary School, Gainesville, Florida Wayne W. Welch, Department of Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota* Science 1,iteracy Group F. James Rutherford (Chair), Science and Technology Education, American Association for the Advancement of Science Roger Blumberg, Science Education, Columbia University James Connor, Department of Science Education, New York University Alice B. Fulton, Department of Biochemistry, University of Iowa* David Hawkins, Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, University of Colorado Phillip Jackson, Department of Education, University of Chicago Daniel Metiay, Department of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology *Member, Committee on Indicators of Precollege Science and Mathematics Education

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174 APPENDIX A Harold Nisselson, Senior Statistical Advisor, Westat, Inc.* Parker Small, Professor of Immunology, Medical Microbiology, and Pediatrics, University of Florida Financial Indicators Group (Special SessionJ Kern Alexander (Chair), Institute for Educational Finance, University of Florida 1-2 members from each of the other groups Observers Richard Berry, Science and Engineering Education, National Science Foundation Mary Kiely, Program Associate, Carnegie Corporation of New York Audrey PendIeton, Senior Associate, Office of Educational Research and Improvement *Member, Committee on Indicators of Precollege Science and Mathematics Education