Behind each question on a standardized exam are researchers who painstakingly develop, analyze and assess every element of the test. To researchers and assessment advisors like Lydia Liu, Javarro Russell and Katrina Roohr, each question is a small brushstroke that paints a portrait of how well America’s higher education system is preparing students for the 21st century economy.
The shift in postsecondary credentialing and the needs of the 21st-century workforce will revolutionize higher education. Colleges and universities have vast potential to be positive agents of this change.
Assessing college learning needs to be more central to the conversation about quality in higher education and panels like the one organized by the New America Foundation help to do exactly that. The ultimate goal for all of us involved in assessing education is to help students by providing information to colleges and universities so they can enhance and improve teaching and learning.
The NAEP Annual Meeting is the premier higher education procurement solutions conference in the country in 2016. Meet and network with 400 of your procurement colleagues from schools large and small, public and private, across the country.
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