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ANNUAL MEETING 

NCME is posting regular updates about the 2020 meeting. The March 27 post includes:
  

• Two virtual sessions in April 2020
• Progress rescheduling for September 2020

• Registration refunds
• Structure of the September 2020 meeting

Read the Full Update

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Internships & Fellowships

For current or prospective graduate students, NCME maintains a list of internships and fellowships in educational measurement.
  

Browse Current Internships & Fellowships

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ITEMS

The following new digital modules (DMs) are now available in the ITEMS portal:

DM08: Foundations of Operational Item Analysis (Yoo & Hambleton)

DM09: Sociocognitive Assessment for Diverse Populations (Mislevy & Oliveri)
DM10: Rasch Measurement Theory (Wang & Engelhard Jr.)
DM11: Bayesian Psychometric Modeling (Levy)
DM12: Think-aloud Protocols and Cognitive Labs (Leighton & Lehman)

Explore the ITEMS Portal

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Graduate Programs

For current or prospective graduate students, NCME maintains a list of graduate programs in educational measurement in the U.S. and Canada.
  

View the List of Measurement Programs

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NCME JOURNALS

NCME members can access full articles in the Journal of Educational Measurement (JEM) and Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice (EM:IP) through the Wiley Online Library.
 

Access JEM ArticlesAccess EM:IP Articles

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Annual Awards

Each year NCME recognizes outstanding achievement in service of educational measurement. The 2019 award winners were honored at the annual meeting in Toronto.  


View the NCME Award Winners

gw2.jpgHow Measurement Influences Policy at Multiple Levels: A Practitioner's Perspective

NCME POLICY SEMINAR

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The National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) is a professional organization for individuals involved in assessment, evaluation, testing, and other aspects of educational measurement. During the past 20 years, the NCME membership has become more diverse, broadening the scope of the organization’s vision. Service to communities and ensuring that assessment is fair and equitable for all students have become essential elements of NCME’s mission and purposes.
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