Always Learning
PUBLICATION
AUTHOR
TITLE
PUBLICATION YEAR
Introduction

National Evaluation Systems, Inc.

Introduction

2005

Section 1: Framing the IssuesThe Evolving Role of the Federal Government in Education

Christopher Cross

Section 1: Framing the IssuesThe Evolving Role of the Federal Government in Education

2005

Section 1: Framing the IssuesTest Alignment and Balancing with State Standards: Every 6 Months or 50 Items, Whichever Comes First

Ronald A.Berk

Section 1: Framing the IssuesTest Alignment and Balancing with State Standards: Every 6 Months or 50 Items, Whichever Comes First

2005

Section 1: Framing the IssuesStandards Alignment and Government Policy: Unresolved Dilemmas

Penelope M.Earley

Section 1: Framing the IssuesStandards Alignment and Government Policy: Unresolved Dilemmas

2005

Section 2: Case StudiesAligning Teacher Licensing Tests with Student Learning Standards in California

Sam W.Swofford

Section 2: Case StudiesAligning Teacher Licensing Tests with Student Learning Standards in California

2005

Section 2: Case StudiesThe Virginia Reading Assessment: A Case Study in Review

Thomas A.Elliott

Section 2: Case StudiesThe Virginia Reading Assessment: A Case Study in Review

2005

Section 2: Case StudiesBeyond Curriculum Alignment: How One High School Is Using Student Assessment Data to Drive Curriculum and Instruction Decision Making

Bernard P.Audette

Section 2: Case StudiesBeyond Curriculum Alignment: How One High School Is Using Student Assessment Data to Drive Curriculum and Instruction Decision Making

2005

Section 2: Case StudiesFinding a Common Language: The Illinois Standards-Aligned Initiative and Assessment Reform

Robert S.Nielsen

Section 2: Case StudiesFinding a Common Language: The Illinois Standards-Aligned Initiative and Assessment Reform

2005

Section 2: Case StudiesSolving the K–16 Puzzle: Standards, Alignment, and Teacher Preparation

James E.Barker

Section 2: Case StudiesSolving the K–16 Puzzle: Standards, Alignment, and Teacher Preparation

2005

Section 2: Case StudiesFrom the State Board to the State Legislature: A Career Commitment to Leaving No Child Behind

Alma A.Allen

Section 2: Case StudiesFrom the State Board to the State Legislature: A Career Commitment to Leaving No Child Behind

2005

Section 3: Alignment and TeachersValue-Added Assessment: Linking Student Achievement to Teacher Effectiveness

William L.Sanders

Section 3: Alignment and TeachersValue-Added Assessment: Linking Student Achievement to Teacher Effectiveness

2005

Section 3: Alignment and TeachersAligning Academe: Achieving Success in Texas

Dee Hopkins

Section 3: Alignment and TeachersAligning Academe: Achieving Success in Texas

2005

Section 3: Alignment and TeachersThe Role of Community Colleges in Teacher Education and Standards-Based Reform

Virginia McMillan

Section 3: Alignment and TeachersThe Role of Community Colleges in Teacher Education and Standards-Based Reform

2005

Section 4: Roles of State and Professional OrganizationsStandards for Teacher Educators: Preparing High-Quality Teachers

Robert L.Fisher

Section 4: Roles of State and Professional OrganizationsStandards for Teacher Educators: Preparing High-Quality Teachers

2005

Section 4: Roles of State and Professional OrganizationsA Teachers’ Union Perspective on NCLB Accountability Issues

Hazel E.Loucks

Section 4: Roles of State and Professional OrganizationsA Teachers’ Union Perspective on NCLB Accountability Issues

2005

Section 4: Roles of State and Professional OrganizationsThe Role of State Boards in Setting and Implementing Educational Policy

Brenda Welburn

Section 4: Roles of State and Professional OrganizationsThe Role of State Boards in Setting and Implementing Educational Policy

2005

Section 5: Concluding Remarks and a Look Toward the FutureThe Legal Perspective on Alignment

Michael A.Rebell

Section 5: Concluding Remarks and a Look Toward the FutureThe Legal Perspective on Alignment

2005

Section 5: Concluding Remarks and a Look Toward the FutureAlignment: Reflections and Considerations

Dorothy Gotlieb

Section 5: Concluding Remarks and a Look Toward the FutureAlignment: Reflections and Considerations

2005