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This volume in the Buros-Nebraska Series on Measurement and Testing provides current information on the development and implementation of curriculum-based measurement. As the title of the volume suggests, effective measurement of children's classroom achievement is not a new problem. Curriculum-based measurement provides an interesting and useful alternative to traditional strategies for assessing academic performance. This volume continues the tradition of including papers given at the annual Buros-Nebraska Symposium on Testing and Measurement as well as additional contributions selected especially for this book. Each of our authors has made significant contributions to the research that has been produced in the area of curriculum-based measurements. Taken collectively, the contributors represent an impressive group of scholars. Their efforts have defined in large part, the curriculum-based measurement approach. The Buros Institute of Mental Measurements is grateful for their time, efforts, and perseverance in completion of this book.
Title and Contents, Jane Close Conoley and Jack J. Kramer
Preface, Jack J. Kramer
1. Curriculum-Based Measurement, Stanley L. Deno
4. Academic Skill Assessment: An Evaluation of the Role and Function of Curriculum-Based Measurements, Francis E. Lentz and Jack J. Kramer
5. Curriculum-Based Assessment: Implications for Psychoeducational Practice, Edward S. Shapiro
6. CBA: An Assessment of Its Current Status and Prognosis for Its Future, Mark R. Shinn and Roland H. Good III
Curriculum-Based Measurement- Complete Work, Jane Close Conoley and Jack J. Kramer