Forum: issues and reflections on ethics and writing assessment
Slomp, David H.
Cogan, John A.
University of California, Davis
We hope this special issue adds to the body of knowledge created by the writing studies community with respect to the opportunities that can be created when assessment is seen in terms of the creation of opportunity structure. This hope is accompanied by a reminder of our strength as we annually encounter approximately 48.9 million students in public elementary and secondary schools 20.6 million students in postsecondary institutions (Snyder & Dillow, 2015). Our influence is remarkable as we touch the lives of many, one student at a time.
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Writing assessment , Writing ability , Ethical considerations , Ethical considerations
Elliot, N., Slomp, D., Poe, M., Cogan, J. A.,Jr., Broad, B., & Cushman, E. (2016). Forum: Issues and reflections on ethics and writing assessment. Journal of Writing Assessment, 9(1). https://escholarship.org/uc/item/7076v8f0