Journal of Educational Measurement

JEM is edited by George Engelhard, Jr. and Jonathan Templin and published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. See the Journal Overview and Author Guidelines for more information.

The Journal of Educational Measurement (JEM) is a quarterly journal that publishes original measurement research, reports on new measurement instruments, provides reviews of measurement publications, and reports on innovative measurement applications. The topics addressed will interest those concerned with the practice of measurement in field settings as well as be of interest to measurement theorists. In addition to presenting new contributions to measurement theory and practice, JEM also serves as a vehicle for improving educational measurement applications in a variety of settings.


NCME members can access full articles in JEM (1964 - present) through the Wiley Online Library. You will need to sign in before you can access full articles.

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