Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
is edited by Dr. Howard Everson and published by Wiley-Blackwell
. For more information, view the Statement of Editorial Policy
, Manuscript Submission Guidelines
, and Supplementary Materials
for EM:IP Articles.
EM:IP is a quarterly publication that is aimed at practitioners and users of tests, as well as professional educators, legislators, school personnel, and interested citizens. Its primary purpose is to promote a better understanding of educational measurement and to encourage reasoned debate on current issues of practical importance to educators and the public. EM:IP also provides one means of communication among NCME members and between NCME members and others concerned with educational measurement issues and practices.
EM:IP has a broad target audience that includes:
- psychometricians and test developers working in the testing industry;
- psychometricians working in academic settings;
- staff in schools, districts and state departments of education;
- researchers and analysts at universities and think-tanks;
- legislators and their staff, and; interested citizens.
To this end, EM:IP
publishes timely articles having the potential to advance the policies and practices of educational measurement.
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Call for Nominees – Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
The NCME Publications Committee is seeking nominations for Editor of Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
for issues to be published from 2019 to 2021 (Volumes 38–40).
Nominees should have appropriate experience reviewing manuscripts and publishing research on educational measurement. Self-nominations are welcome.
Please send nominations to William Lorié, Chair
, Publications Committee. Nominations should briefly explain how the individual is qualified to perform the duties of EM:IP
editor and should be accompanied by the candidate’s Curriculum Vitae.
The deadline for nominations is September 22, 2017
, with appointment expected at the end of December 2017. The appointed individual will shadow the current Editor throughout 2018, and transition into his or her role as Editor in January 2019.
Your help in identifying appropriate candidates is greatly appreciated.