Assessment in Higher Education: Issues of Access, Quality, Student Development, and Public Policy

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investigative process should continue with an eye toward the significant prospects for betterment that CBT brings.


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Appreciation is expressed to Bill Ward, Doug Forer, Catherine Nelson, and Pat Taylor for their helpful comments on a previous draft of this manuscript, and to Brent Bridgeman and Craig Mills for their suggestions.


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