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  1. History of Education – From Paris to PISA
  2. Central Data Catalog
  3. University College Cork
  4. Presentation on theme: "The OECD PISA Study in Romania."— Presentation transcript:

Central Data Catalog. Eduardo Backhoff. We examined the translation of PISA test items based on the theory of test translation error TTTE , which has proven to allow detection of translation errors with unprecedented levels of detail. Sands An ETS report.


  1. Zombies: A Record of the Year of Infection!
  2. Publications: Perry, Laura.
  3. Conferences.
  4. Research on PISA: Research Outcomes of the PISA Research Conference 2009!

Over the past 40 years, technological changes, interactions among powerful global economic forces, government policies and business practices have generated a self-sustaining set of dynamics that have altered the workplace, the demands of everyday life, and our civic and social lives. The authors analyze the complex and self-sustaining dynamics governing the distribution and intergenerational transmission of opportunity with the goal of advancing our national conversation about the increasing polarization of opportunity and why we must take action.

Braun Publisher: Springer. Our children are beginning life from very different starting points that place them on distinctly different trajectories of growth and development, leading to vastly different adult outcomes.

Leaders from fields including education, economics, demography and political science illuminate these dynamics that are converging to create a cycle of opportunity inequality in the United States, and offer suggestions for reversing these harmful trends. Understanding the Basic Reading Skills of U. To be able to learn from text is perhaps the most important foundational skill for U.

History of Education – From Paris to PISA

It is not only an essential skill when competing for jobs in the 21st century workforce, but it is also a gateway to lifelong learning, education and training. Shore, J. Sabatini, J. Lentini, S. McNeil Reading Psychology , Vol. The authors discuss the role of fluency as a key component of adults' reading skills. Fluency has not received sufficient attention from research.

Central Data Catalog

The authors describe an evidence-based adult Guided Repeated Reading program for low-literate adult learners and discuss the future impact of its implementation. Goodman, A. Coley ETS report.

On average, America's millennials demonstrated weak skills in literacy, numeracy and problem-solving in technology-rich environments compared to their international peers. Rutkowski, M. This book highlights the importance of international large-scale assessment data to policy and research. It reviews methodological aspects and features of the studies based on operational considerations, analytics and reporting. Chapter authors describe methods of interest to readers who have a good grounding in quantitative methods, but who are not necessarily quantitative methodologists.

Gonzalez, I. Yamamoto Publisher: Springer. This ETS-edited volume compiles interdisciplinary papers on research using international large-scale assessment data.

University College Cork

It includes perspectives from economics, policy, education, civics education and educational technology. Chapter authors discuss the challenges that come with the increasing interest and the broadening scope of international large-scale assessments. This report, with contributions from ETS and other members of the consortium involved with PIAAC, describes in detail the design, development and data analysis used for the first computer-delivered large-scale assessment of adult literacy.

The report examines gaps in educational attainment and income among different segments of the U. Braun, I. Yamamoto Teachers College Record , Vol. This article reports on a study of monetary incentives for 12th-grade students taking an assessment designed to replicate the NAEP reading test.

Presentation on theme: "The OECD PISA Study in Romania."— Presentation transcript:

The study concluded that NAEP may both underestimate the reading abilities of students enrolled in 12th grade and yield biased estimates of certain achievement gaps. Carstensen Psychometrika , Vol. Central Data Catalog. Eduardo Backhoff.