Addresses the meaning and fairness of testing in education and employment with concentration on tests used: in elementary and secondary schools; for admission to higher education and for scholarship awards; for employment referrals, hiring and promotions; and for regulating occupations. Contains a background paper on key issues, a condensed transcript of the consultation of experts, papers written by the panelists, and a summary of their positions. Includes a glossary, references, appendixes of Federal guidelines and standards, and major legislation and litigation involving testing.... into departments with skilled jobs, such as machinist, electrician, welder, power station operator, and lab technician.31 The Duke Power Company never required a high school diploma for the Labor Department where jobs requiring manualanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Validity of Testing in Education & Employment|
|Author||:||Eileen R. Rudert|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1993-07-01|