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National Council on Measurement in Education

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The National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) is an organization for professionals who conduct assessments, testing, evaluations, and other processes that make up educational measurement. The NCME seeks to advance the practice of educational measurement through the creation and implementation of standardized tests, assessment tools and materials, program design, and program evaluation.

The NCME’s goal is to act as the recognized authority in the evaluation and measurement of programs and practices in education. NCME emphasizes the importance of improving tools, procedures, and public policy in the field of educational measurement with information garnered through scholarly work. Members of the NCME include individuals involved in the areas of test development and research; program evaluation; certifying, credentialing, and licensing of professionals; and graduate students studying education and ...

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