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Shriberg, David; Kruger, Louis J. – Journal of Applied School Psychology, 2007
This overview article addresses the different meanings of high takes testing, which takes into consideration accountability at different levels, such as teacher, school, and state. In this regard, "high-stakes" may mean different things in different states or countries. We will advance an argument for why school psychologists should (a) be…
Descriptors: Psychologists, School Psychologists, Testing, School Psychology
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Shriberg, David – Journal of Applied School Psychology, 2007
School psychologists are well prepared to provide leadership in an era when gathering and interpreting data is center-stage in education reform. The leadership literature is not well known in school psychology and a summary of major leadership theories pertinent to the practice of school psychology is provided. Strategies for leading change in a…
Descriptors: School Psychologists, Change Agents, Educational Change, School Psychology
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Shriberg, David – Journal of Applied School Psychology, 2007
High-stakes testing has emerged as a central feature of the educational landscape in primary and secondary schools in the United States. Despite this prominence, there is a paucity of guidance available to practitioners on how they can best make predictions about student performance based on available test data. While achievement gaps based on…
Descriptors: High Stakes Tests, Prediction, Performance, Access to Education