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Policy Publications

2014

Wei, R.C., Pecheone, R.L., & Wilczak, K.L. (2014). Performance Assessment 2.0: Lessons from Large-Scale Policy & Practice. Stanford Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity. Executive Summary

2010

Abedi, J. (2010). Performance assessments for English language learners. Stanford, CA: Stanford University, Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education.

Darling-Hammond, L. (2009). Lessons from Abroad: International Standards and Assessments.
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Darling-Hammond, L. & Adamson, F. (2010). Beyond basic skills: The role of performance assessment in achieving 21st century standards of learning. Stanford, CA:
Stanford University, Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education.

Lane, S. (2010). Performance assessment: The state of the art. (SCOPE Student Performance Assessment Series). Stanford, CA: Stanford University, Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education.

Pecheone, R., Kahl, S., Hamma, J., Jaquith, A. (2010). Through a Looking Glass: Lessons Learned and Future Directions for Performance Assessment. Stanford, CA:
Stanford University, Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education.

Picus, L. O., Adamson, F., Montague, W., & Owens, M. (2010). A New Conceptual Framework for Analyzing the Costs of Performance Assessment. Stanford, CA: Stanford
University, Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education.

Stecher, B. (2010).Performance Assessment in an Era of Standards-Based Educational Accountability. Stanford, CA: Stanford University, Stanford Center for
Opportunity Policy in Education.

The Center for K-12 Assessment & Performance Management at ETS, (2010). A fresh start: Creating the next generation of assessment systems. Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ.

2009

Darling-Hammond, L., Wei, R. C., with Johnson, C. M. (2009). Teacher Preparation and Teacher Learning: A Changing Policy Landscape. In G. Sykes, B. L. Schneider, and D. N. Plank (Eds.), Handbook of Education Policy Research (pp. 613- 636). New York: American Educational Research Association and Routledge.