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Articles for: Quantitative Methodology Programs

Associate professor works to refine school assessments for students

February 5, 2018
Laine Bradshaw was recently featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for her work on a pilot program that will help refine school assessments for Putnam County School District.

Alumna, Israeli scholar consults with faculty on joint research project

February 8, 2017
Fadia Nasser-Abu Alhija, the first Israeli Arab woman to be appointed an associate professor at an Israeli research university, evaluates student achievement and the structural validity of measures and tests.

Associate professor develops assessment tool

January 31, 2017
Laine Bradshaw's work is focused on developing and leveraging diagnostic psychometric methodology to design assessments that are both detailed and efficient.

Creating a chain of positivity

May 4, 2016
First districtwide bullying prevention essay contest honors students, teachers and administrators.

Former student honored for work in educational measurement

November 13, 2015
A recent graduate student at the College of Education has been recognized for her work in the field of educational measurement.

Article named one of 2014's most-read pieces

February 4, 2015
A recently published article by two UGA College of Education researchers has been named one of the most-read pieces of last year's Routledge Behavioral Sciences Research Methods journals. The article, "Alternative Measurement Paradigms For Measuring Executive Functions: Sem (Formative and Reflective Models) and Irt (Rasch Models)," discusses alternative paradigms for measurement that support the widely used structural equation models in the social sciences. Professor George Engelhard and gradua