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Brademas, John. Statement of John Brademas, March 13, 1969, public
hearing on national assesment of education, Education Commission of
the States, Arlington, Va. Extension of remarks. Congressional
record [daily ed.] v. 115, Mar. 17, 1969: E2029-E2030.
Jll.R52, v. 115
He expresses his support of national assessment and the proposal
to have the Education Commission of the States take over administration
of the program.
Brain, George B. What's the score on national assessment? CTA [California
Teachers Association] journal, v. 65, May:1969: 3-8.
Lll.S65, v. 65
----- What's the score on national assessment? Today's education, v. 58,
Oct. 1969: 18-21. Lll.N15, v. 58
Campbell, Vincent N., and Daryl G. Nichols. National assessment of citizen-
ship education. Social education, v. 32, Mar. 1968: 279-281.
H62.A1S6, v. 32
Carter, Luther J. Educational testing: national program enters critical
phase. Science, v. 156, May 5, 1967: 622-626. Ql.S35, v. 156
Committee on Assessing the Progress of Education. Bibliography of selected
publications concerning national assessment. [Ann Arbor, Mich., 1969.
----- How much are students learning? Plans for a national assessment of
education.' Written by Caroline Hightower. Ann Arbor, Mich., 1968
22 p. LB3051.C633
Prepared at the request of the Carnegie Corporation of New York
and the Fund for the-Advancement of Education.
----- -National Assessment of Educational Progress: citizenship objectives.
Ann Arbor, Mich. [c1969] 57 p.
After an introduction to the national assessment program by Ralph W.
Tyler, chairman of ECAPE, the procedures followed in developing the
objectives are described. The bulk of the pamphlet consists of the
citizenship objectives for the four age groups to be tested.
-National Assessment of Educational Progress: writing objectives.
Ann Arbor, Mich. [c1969] 19 p.
----- National Assessment of Educational Progress: science objectives.
Ann Arbor, Mich. [c1969] 33 p. -
Crosby, Muriel. Curriculum control? "We can get it wholesale." Educational
leadership, v. 24, Nov. 1966: 119-123. Lll.E443, v. 24
National assessment "threatens educational innovation and experi-
mentation through the curriculum" and is "a serious threat to teacher
morale and an assault upon the integrity of educators, for federal
funding is directly related to assessment...
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Loo, Shirley. National Assessment of Education: Selected References, report, December 18, 1969; Washington D.C.. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1039068/m1/4/: accessed March 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.