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New Standards Work and Feedback Groups

July 01, 2009 5 min read
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Mathematics Work Group

English-language Arts Work Group

Math Feedback Group

English-language Arts Feedback Group

The members of the Mathematics Work Group are:

• Sara Clough, Director, Elementary and Secondary School Programs, Development, Education Division, ACT, Inc.

• Phil Daro, Senior Fellow, America’s Choice

• Susan K. Eddins, Educational Consultant, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy (Retired)

• Kaye Forgione, Senior Associate and Team Leader for Mathematics, Achieve

• John Kraman, Associate Director, Research, Achieve

• Marci Ladd, Mathematics Consultant, The College Board & Senior Manager and Mathematics Content Lead, Academic Benchmarks

• William McCallum, University Distinguished Professor and Head, Department of Mathematics, The University of Arizona &Mathematics Consultant, Achieve

• Sherri Miller, Assistant Vice President, Educational Planning and Assessment System (EPAS) Development, Education Division, ACT, Inc.

• Ken Mullen, Senior Program Development Associate—Mathematics, Elementary and Secondary School Programs, Development, Education Division, ACT, Inc.

• Robin O’Callaghan, Senior Director, Mathematics, Research and Development, The College Board

• Andrew Schwartz, Assessment Manager, Research and Development, The College Board

• Laura McGiffert Slover, Vice President, Content and Policy Research, Achieve

• Douglas Sovde, Senior Associate, Mathematics, Achieve

• Natasha Vasavada, Senior Director, Standards and Curriculum Alignment Services, Research and Development, The College Board

• Jason Zimba, Faculty Member, Physics, Mathematics, and the Center for the Advancement of Public Action, Bennington College and Cofounder, Student Achievement Partners

Members of the English-language Arts Work Group are:

• Sara Clough, Director, Elementary and Secondary School Programs, Development, Education Division, ACT, Inc.

• David Coleman, Founder, Student Achievement Partners

• Sally Hampton, Senior Fellow for Literacy, America’s Choice

• Joel Harris, Director, English Language Arts Curriculum and Standards, Research and Development, The College Board

• Beth Hart, Senior Assessment Specialist, Research and Development, The College Board

• John Kraman, Associate Director, Research, Achieve

• Laura McGiffert Slover, Vice President, Content and Policy Research, Achieve

• Nina Metzner, Senior Test Development Associate—Language Arts, Elementary and Secondary School Programs, Development, Education Division, ACT, Inc.

• Sherri Miller, Assistant Vice President, Educational Planning and Assessment System (EPAS) Development, Education Division, ACT, Inc.

• Sandy Murphy, Professor Emeritus, University of California – Davis

• Jim Patterson, Senior Program Development Associate—Language Arts, Elementary and Secondary School Programs, Development, Education Division, ACT, Inc.

• Sue Pimentel, Co-Founder, StandardsWork; English Language Arts Consultant, Achieve

• Natasha Vasavada, Senior Director, Standards and Curriculum Alignment Services, Research and Development, The College Board

• Martha Vockley, Principal and Founder, VockleyLang, LLC

Members of the Mathematics Feedback Group are:

• George Andrews, The Pennsylvania State University, Evan Pugh Professor of Mathematics

• Hyman Bass, University of Michigan, Samuel Eilenberg Distinguished University Professor of Mathematics & Mathematics Education

• David Bressoud, Macalester College, DeWitt Wallace Professor of Mathematics & President, Mathematical Association of America

• John Dossey, Illinois State University, Distinguished University Professor of Mathematics Emeritus

• Scott Eddins, Tennessee Department of Education, Mathematics Coordinator & President, Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics (ASSM)

• Brian Gong, The National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment, Executive Director

• Roger Howe, Yale University, Professor of Mathematics

• Henry S. Kepner, Jr., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Professor, Curriculum & Instruction and Mathematical Sciences

• Suzanne Lane, University of Pittsburgh, Professor in the Research Methodology Program, School of Education

• Robert Linn, University of Colorado, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, and Co-Director of the National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards and Student Testing (CRESST)

• Jim Milgram, Stanford University, Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus, Department of Mathematics

• Fabio Milner, School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Arizona State University, Director, Mathematics for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education

• Roxy Peck, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, Associate Dean, College of Science and Mathematics and Professor of Statistics

• Nora Ramirez, TODOS: Mathematics for ALL, President

• William Schmidt, Michigan State University, College of Education, University Distinguished Professor

• Uri Treisman, University of Texas, Professor of Mathematics and Public Affairs & Executive Director, Charles A. Dana Center

• Vern Williams, Mathematics Teacher, HW Longfellow Middle School, Fairfax County, Virginia Public Schools

• W. Stephen Wilson, Johns Hopkins University, Professor of Mathematics

Members of the English-language Arts Feedback Group are:

• Peter Afflerbach, University of Maryland, Professor

• Arthur Applebee, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY) Distinguished Professor & Chair, Department of Educational Theory & Practice, School of Education

• Mark Bauerlein, Emory University, Professor of English

• Mary Bozik, University of Northern Iowa, Professor, Communication Studies

• Don Deshler, University of Kansas, Williamson Family Distinguished Professor of Special Education & Director, Center for Research on Learning

• Checker Finn, Fordham Institute Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University & President, Thomas B. Fordham Institute

• Brian Gong, The National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment, Executive Director

• Carol Jago, University of California – Los Angeles, National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) President-elect, California Reading and Literature Project

• Jeanneine Jones, University of North Carolina – Charlotte, Professor

• Michael Kamil, Stanford University, Professor, School of Education

• Suzanne Lane, University of Pittsburgh, Professor in the Research Methodology Program, School of Education

• Carol Lee, Northwestern University, Professor of Education and Social Policy

• Robert Linn, University of Colorado, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, and Co-Director of the National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards and Student Testing (CRESST)

• Dolores Perin, Columbia University, Associate Professor of Psychology and Education

• Tim Shanahan, University of Illinois at Chicago, Professor, Urban Education

• Catherine Snow, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Patricia Albjerg Graham Professor

• Doranna Tindle, Friendship Public Charter Schools, Instructional Performance Coach

A version of this article appeared in the July 15, 2009 edition of Education Week as Title: New Standards Work and Feedback Groups


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