Testing misconduct doesn’t have to be a scary taboo. Learn how to prepare your organization in case a misconduct “what if” turns into a reality, in this preview of the ICE white paper, “Organizational Response to Test Misconduct,” by Jamie Mulkey, EdD and Rachel Schoenig, JD.
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.
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.
In 2018, ICE combined two parallel working groups to create the Career Pathway & Emerging Leaders Task Force. The task force’s first priority was to research what a typical career pathway in credentialing might look like. They developed a Career Pathway Survey and this report provides the findings.
The goal of this white paper is to discuss and suggest categories of evidence to document the testing components of a credentialing program and to provide examples of what types of information to include, so programs can avoid this conundrum.