EMIP: Call for Editor Apply by September 21

By Megan Welsh posted 08-01-2020 14:27

  

 Call for Nominations—Editor, Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice (EM:IP)

 
~The NCME Board and Publications Committee would like to thank Deborah Harris for her excellent work as Editor of EM:IP as her term concludes in 2021~

The NCME Publications Committee is seeking nominations for Editor of Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice for issues to be published from 2022 to 2024 (Volumes 41–43). 


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 and reasoned debate on assessment, evaluation, testing, and related issues of practical importance to educators and the public. To this end, EM:IP publishes articles that are both timely and have the potential to advance the policies and practices of educational measurement. More information can be found on the EM:IP Publication page.

 

The Editor Will:

  • Select Associate Editors
  • Select an Editorial Board
  • Interact with the Publications Committee and NCME Board liaison on issues related to EM:IP
  • Interact with publisher liaison
  • Oversee the manuscript review process, including making decisions on which manuscripts to accept for publication
  • Make decisions regarding EM:IP direction, including topics for special sections
  • Contribute editorials 

Nominees should have appropriate experience reviewing manuscripts and publishing research on educational measurement. Self-nominations are welcome.
 

Please send nominations to Susan Davis-Becker, co-chair, NCME Publications Committee (sdavisbecker@acsventures.com). 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 21, 2020, with appointment expected at the end of December 2020. The appointed individual will shadow the current Editor throughout 2021, and transition into the Editor role in January 2022.

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