Reassessing the Achievement Gap: Fully Measuring What Students Should Be Taught

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Center for Educational Equity

Reassessing the Achievement Gap: Fully Measuring What Students Should Be Taught in School

Published: 4/1/2008

Equity in Education Forum Series, Spring 2008
Teachers College, Columbia University

On February 21, the Equity Campaign hosted the Equity in Education Forum, "Reassessing the Achievement Gap" in which Richard Rothstein presented a report commissioned by the Center for Educational Equity (formerly Campaign for Education Equity) that details his ideas for reforming the National Assessment of Educational Progress to more accurately demonstrate student achievement. 

PROGRAM AGENDA

Presentation:

Richard Rothstein, Research Associate, Economic Policy Institute, and Senior Researcher, The Center for Educational Equity (formerly Campaign for Educational Equity)

Discussants:  

Francisco Rivera-Batiz, Professor of Economics and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University

John H. Jackson, President and CEO, The Schott Foundation for Public Education

Moderator:  

Henry M. Levin, William H. Kilpatrick Professor of Economics and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University

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