State Consortium to Examine the Consequential Validity of Alternate Assessments Based on Alternate Achievement Standards: A Longitudinal Study (AA-AAS)

Description

Conducted a nine-year longitudinal study to ascertain the consequential evidence of the AA-AAS used within the states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. The goal of this project was to collect and analyze data to investigate, ascertain, and inform States of the consequential evidence characteristics of their AA-AAS.

This project was archived on 2013-04-24T00:00:00-05:00

Contact
Brian H Abery
Director
Brian H Abery
Funder
Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education
Collaborators
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
Michigan Department of Education
Pennsylvania Department of Education

Staff

Staff

Brian H Abery :: Research Manager 3


Topics

  • Educational accountability and assessment
    • Accountability
      • Assessment (large-scale, alternate)
        • Evaluation of education programs
          • Quality outcomes
            • State Performance Plans and Annual Performance Reports (SPP/APR)
            • Specific disability
              • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
                • Intellectual/developmental disability (IDD)
                  • Multiple disabilities
                  • Specific life stage
                    • Adolescents and young adults
                      • Children

                      Activities

                      • Dissemination
                        • Research