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Oregon Extended Assessment-Vertical Scaling Project

Goal: Establish a computer-based vertically scaled English language arts (combined reading and writing) and mathematics test with three levels of difficulty – low, mid, and high – that students can take after completing 15 items for placement into these levels….
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NCAASE Grant

RFA: Special Education Research and Development Center Program (CFDA# 84.324C) Topic Two: Special Education R & D Center on Assessment and Accountability, Gerald Tindal (UO), Project Director & Co-PI, Ann Schulte (NCSU), Co-PI, Stephen N. Elliott (ASU), Co-PI, Joseph Stevens…
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ICEBERG Grant

Funding Source: Office of Special Education Programs, Stepping Up Technology Implementation Purpose: The field lacks a comprehensive assessment of children’s early risk for reading disabilities (RD) that can be seamlessly used during the critical preschool‐ to‐ kindergarten transition. In addition,…
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CORE Grant

Computerized Oral Reading Evaluation (CORE) PI: Joseph F. T. NeseCo-PI: Akihito Kamata (Southern Methodist University) This research project is supported by the Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education, through Grant R305A140203 to the University of Oregon. Purpose: The purpose…
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iPad/Tablet Administration Pilot Study

Date: Spring 2016 The Oregon Extended Assessment was redesigned in the 2014-15 school year in order to develop a vertical scale that would support modeling of academic growth for students with significant cognitive disabilities. The test design was also structured…
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