In this presentation, Elisabeth Barnett gave an introduction to multiple measures assessment, including information on its prevalence, the main types and design choices, and some findings from CAPR's research with State University of New York colleges.
August 17, 2020 | Strong Start to Finish August 2020 Webinar
In this webinar session, researchers from CCRC and CAPR presented the rationale for using multiple measures assessment for placement, options for system design, and the results of CAPR research with SUNY colleges.
March 7, 2019 | Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE) Annual Conference
This symposium sought to expand the developmental education research base by featuring findings from four evaluations. CAPR researchers discussed multiple measures assessment and placement, as well as Dana Center Math Pathways.
February 26, 2019 | League for Innovation in the Community College Annual Conference
In this session, researchers presented promising findings from studies examining multiple measures for developmental course placement and math pathways reforms within the context of results from a national survey about developmental education practices.
February 24, 2019 | League for Innovation in the Community College Annual Conference
This session focused on how to set up a multiple measures assessment and placement system in a college, taking into account what we know about impacts on student outcomes, resources needed, and lessons learned on implementation in three states.
November 30, 2018 | New York Student Success Center Webinar
Elisabeth Barnett described early results from CAPR’s experimental study of 13,000 students at seven New York community colleges who were randomly assigned to be placed using either standardized placement tests alone or multiple measures.