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ERIC Number: EJ267820
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1982
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Comment on Rowley's Paper, Historical Antecedents of the Standard-Setting Debate: An Inside Account of The Minimal-Beardedness Controversy.
Livingston, Samuel A.
Journal of Educational Measurement, v19 n3 p229 Fall 1982
To set a standard on the "beardedness" test (see TM 507 062) the probability that a student with a specific score will be judged as bearded must be estimated for each test score. To get an unbiased estimate of that probability, a representative sample of students at each test score level must be chosen. (BW)
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Language: English
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