This product is for the purchase of the bundles Part 1 and Part 2 of the Small Program Issues research reports.
A task force on Small Program Issues was formed in 2016 by the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE) Research and Development (R&D) Committee to identify and address issues faced
This white paper explores organizational responses to test misconduct, and how credentialing organizations can take a process-driven and methodical approach to responding to both routine and significant test misconduct.
In this session, we will discuss issues and challenges that are typically encountered when moving from a mono-linguistic exam to a poly-linguistic model. Issues related to test development, score equivalence, and psychometric considerations will be addressed.
This white paper will discuss the basics of U.S. copyright law, copyright protection of traditional standardized tests, copyright protection of pool-based tests, and the U.S. Copyright Office’s (“Office”) 2017 interim rules governing the secure test application process.
This paper reports the design and results of interviews with individuals who have experience working with small programs. The questions encourage the respondents to help identify both the organizational and psychometric issues they face with small programs.