- The NCME Classroom Assessment Task Force is seeking a host for its Special Conference on Classroom Assessment in 2021. Click here to review the call for proposals.
- The Buros Center for Testing is hosting a national discussion about access, honesty, equity, and excellence in admissions practices on March 27, 2020. Click here to learn more.
- The Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice (EM:IP) Cover Graphic/Data Visualization Competition is back for its seventh year running. Submissions are due by 5 PM CST Friday, February 7, 2020. Click here to read the call for submissions.
- The National Science Foundation is funding a Validity Evidence for Measurement in Mathematics Education conference (V-M2Ed) in Las Vegas, February 20-21, 2020. The conference will bring together researchers (including graduate students) to contextualize current conceptions of validity in mathematics education. Click here to learn more.
- NCME is proud to announce the availability of up to seven Travel Scholarships of up to $1,500 each for doctoral students from underrepresented minoritized groups to present papers at the 2020 NCME Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA. Click here to learn more and apply for this opportunity.
- NCME is proud to announce a new journal, the Chinese/English Journal of Educational Measurement and Evaluation (CEJEME；教育测量与评估双语季刊). Read the full announcement here.
- The American Psychological Association (APA) recently released a statement opposing the Trump administration's decision to eliminate guidelines that support affirmative action in college admissions. In response, NCME’s Board of Directors issued the following statement:
NCME acknowledges the complexities of the college admissions process and believes colleges should not be restricted with respect to the variables they use to make admissions decisions. Therefore, we stand in agreement with APA on this issue, and encourage colleges to use the academic and demographic information they believe is most valuable in achieving their admissions goals.