**Assessing Mathematical Proficiency**

by Alan H. Schoenfeld

**Publisher**: Cambridge University Press 2007**ISBN/ASIN**: 0521874920**ISBN-13**: 9780521874922**Number of pages**: 391

**Description**:

Testing matters! It can determine kids' and schools' futures. In a conference at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, mathematicians, math education researchers, teachers, test developers, and policymakers gathered to work through critical issues related to mathematics assessment. This volume presents the results of the discussions. It highlights the kinds of information that different assessments can offer, including many examples of some of the best mathematics assessments worldwide.

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