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Higgins, Martin J., and Jack C. Merwin. Assessing the progress of education;
a second report. Phi Delta Kappan, v. 48,: Apr. 1967: 378-380.
LJ121.P4, v. 48
The staff director of the Exploratory Committee on Assessing
the Progress of Education and the former' assistant staff director
describes progress since Sept. 1965. Major objectives which are
being used for the development of exercises are outlined.
----- Assessing the progress of education in music. Music educators
journal, v. 53, Apr. 1967: 52-54, 131-132. ML1.M234, v. 53
A report of national assessment developments in music education
through the winter of 1966.
Keppel, Francis. Opinions differ: national assessment. By Francis Keppel
and Banesh Hoffman. NEA journal, v. 55, Feb. 1966: 24-26.
Lll.N15, v. 55
The former Commissioner of Education states that we need a i
reporting system for American education while Dr. Hoffmann wonders
whether a meaningful system of evaluation will be developed.
----- Toward a national assessment of education. In Extension of remarks
of Lee Metcalf. Congressional record [daily ed.] v. 112, Oct. 27,
1965: A6136. Jll.R52, v. 112
Kock, Reino.' National Assessment of Educational Progress-a diffusion study.
School & society, v. 97, Feb. 1969: 95-97. Lll.S36, v. 97
In the author's opinion, the Carnegie,.Corporation of New York is
mainly responsible for the creation of opposition to national assessment
because it did not involve major groups in the program nor keep them
accurately informed about developments.
Koeppe, Richard P. National assessment: an analysis. School counselor,
v. 16, Sept. 1968: 24-29. LB1027.5.S28, v. 16
Kraus, David. The national education assessment project. Science teacher,
v. 33, Dec. 1966: 61-63. Q181.S38, v. 33
He voices concern over procedures used in developing the science
portion of the assessment project. No classroom'science teachers were
selected for significant positions, there was a disproportion between
physical scientists and biologists, and the sample science test question
Kurfman, Dana. A national assessment of social studies education. Social
education, v. 31, Mar. 1967: 209-211. H62.A1S6, v. 31
He focuses on the formulation of social studies objectives and
the development of exercises for this area.
Larrick, Nancy. Are national tests fair? Parents' magazine & better home-
making, v. 41, Dec. 1966: 54-56, 120. HQ768.P33, v. 41
She describes negative aspects of testing and wonders why the
assessment program doesn't try to examine factors contributing to what
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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/m1/6/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.