Assessment-Committee Members

April 11, 2001 1 min read

James W. Pellegrino (co-chair), professor of cognitive studies, Vanderbilt University; Robert Glaser (co-chair), professor of psychology and education and founder, Learning Research and Development Center, University of Pittsburgh; Eva J. Baker, professor of psychological studies in education and social research methodologies, University of California, Los Angeles; Gail P. Baxter, research scientist, Educational Testing Service; Paul Joseph Black, emeritus professor of science education, King’s College, London; Christopher Dede, professor in learning technologies and co-director of the Technology in Education Program, Harvard University; Kadriye Ercikan, assistant professor of educational and psychological counseling, University of British Columbia; Louis M. Gomez, associate professor of education and computer science, Northwestern University; Earl B. Hunt, professor of psychology, University of Washington; David Klahr, professor of psychology, Carnegie Mellon University; Richard Lehrer, professor of cognitive science and mathematics education, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Robert J. Mislevy, professor of measurement, statistics, and education, University of Maryland; Willie Pearson Jr., professor of sociology and adjunct in medical education, Wake Forest University; Edward A. Silver, professor of mathematics education, University of Michigan; Richard F. Thompson, professor and director of the program in neural, informational, and behavioral sciences, University of Southern California; Richard K. Wagner, professor of psychology, Florida State University; Mark R. Wilson, professor of measurement and assessment, University of California, Berkeley; Naomi Chudowsky, study director.

A version of this article appeared in the April 11, 2001 edition of Education Week as Assessment-Committee Members

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