Equity and High Stakes Testing: Implications for Computerized Testing
Equity & Excellence in Education Volume 30, Number 1, ISSN 1066-5684
Considers equity issues of highstakes tests conducted by computer, including whether this new form of assessment actually helps level the playing field for students or represents a new cycle of assessment inequality. Two computer tests are assessed: Praxis I: Academic Skills Assessment; and the computerized version of the Graduate Record Examination. (GR)
Sutton, R.E. (1997). Equity and High Stakes Testing: Implications for Computerized Testing. Equity & Excellence in Education, 30(1), 5-15.