Re: Injunction Anyone/another one-goes together
- Subject: Re: Injunction Anyone/another one-goes together
- From: "Deanna M. De'Liberto" <Ddeliberto@AOL.COM>
- Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 14:39:48 EST
- Reply-to: Assessment Reform Network Mailing List <ARN-L@LISTS.CUA.EDU>
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In a message dated 3/30/2001 2:33:38 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> If a typical 50 item MC assessment already has embedded pilot items to
> with, I wonder how many cash-strapped states would agree to the inclusion
> such items? Pretty soon you won't have any items left which are there to
> test what the test is supposed to measure!
Well Allen, you have raised a very good point. Guess we will need to
persuade states to include more items on the test so that there are still
items there that measure what the test is supposed to measure.
Now....I have often thought that a 40 item test is too short (25 is worse)
but 80 is too many so well 60 seems good. Yep I can do this with 10 of those
embedded "fake bad" items and yah know I will not even charge for these.
So there you go, no additional costs for the state to worry about.
How 'bout it now?
Deanna M. De'Liberto, President/Director of Assessment
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