To achieve national goals for education, we must measure the things that really count. Measuring What Counts establishes crucial research- based connections between standards and assessment.
Arguing for a better balance between educational and measurement concerns in the development and use of mathematics assessment, this book sets forth three principles—related to content, learning, and equity—that can form the basis for new assessments that support emerging national standards in mathematics education.
Table of Contents
|1 A Vision of School Mathematics||15-28|
|2 A Vision of Mathematics Assessment||29-40|
|3 Assessing Important Mathematical Content||41-66|
|4 Assessing to Support Mathematics Learning||67-90|
|5 Assessing to Support Equity and Opportunity in Mathematics Learning||91-116|
|6 Evaluating Mathematics Assessment||117-146|
|Study Group on Guidelines for Mathematics Assessment||225-225|
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