The Impact and Improvement of School Testing Programs

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OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY FOR 1962-63ii
THE SOCIETY'S COMMITTEE ON THE IMPACT AND IMPROVEMENT OF SCHOOL TESTING PROGRAMSv
ASSOCIATED CONTRIBUTORS vi
EDITOR'S PREFACEix
CHAPTER
I PURPOSES OF SCHOOL TESTING PROGRAMS AND THEIR EFFICIENT DEVELOPMENT, Warren G. Findley1
II THE RELATION OF TESTING PROGRAMS TO EDUCATIONAL GOALS , Robert L. Ebel28
III THE RELATION OF TESTING PROGRAMS TO TEACHING AND LEARNING, J. Wayne Wrightstone45
IV. THE IMPACT OF TESTING ON SCHOOL ORGANIZATION , Walter W. Cook and Theodore Clymer62
V. THE IMPACT OF TESTING PROGRAMS ON COLLEGE PREPARATION AND ATTENDANCE, Paul I. Clifford and Joshua A. Fishman82
Introduction. Generalizations. Recommendations. Concluding Statement.
VI. EFFECTS OF TESTING PROGRAMS ON THE ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS, TEACHERS, PARENTS, AND COMMUNITY, Clarence Mahler and Harry Smallenburg103
Introduction. Effects of Testing Programs upon Students. Attitudes of Teachers and Administrators toward Testing Programs. Effects of Testing Program on Attitudes of Parents. Effects of Testing Programs on the Attitudes of the Community. Summary Recommendations.
VII. TESTING PROGRAMS AND COUNSELING IN THE SCHOOLS , Ralph F. Berdie 126
The Role of the Counselor. The Use of Test Results and Other Information in Counseling. Personality Dimensions Relevant for Counseling. Characteristics of Tests To Be Considered by Counselors. Conclusion.
VIII. THE IMPROVEMENT OF TESTS , Max D. Engelhart and John M. Beck 163
Introduction. How Have Tests Improved Over the Years? How Can Better Tests Be Constructed? In What Directions Should Test Development Be Promoted?

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