The Effects of High-Stakes Testing On Achievement: Preliminary Findings About Generalization Across Tests

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Title: The Effects of High-Stakes Testing On Achievement: Preliminary Findings About Generalization Across Tests
Author: Koretz, Daniel; Linn, Robert L.; Dunbar, Stephen B.; Shepard, Lorrie A.

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Citation: Koretz, D. M., Linn, R. L., Dunbar, S. B., & Shepard, L. A.. The Effects of High-Stakes Testing On Achievement: Preliminary Findings About Generalization Across Tests. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. Full citation below., 1991 (In R.L. Linn (chair), The Effects of High Stakes Testing, symposium presented at the annual meetings of the American Educational Research Association and the National Council on Measurement in Education, Chicago, April.)
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