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Gordon, Edmund W.; Shipman, Stephanie – American Psychologist, 1979
Discusses the application to education of principles of equity and social justice in light of considerations posed by individual differences. Reviews literature on diversity and pedagogy and examines issues related to attribute-treatment interaction (ATI) as an approach to educational improvement. (GC)
Descriptors: Educational Improvement, Educational Opportunities, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Education
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Gordon, Edmund W.; Terrell, MoliDawn D. – American Psychologist, 1981
The present social and political climate is marked by an increasing appreciation of human diversity and of society's need to accommodate such diversity. The social context for testing is thus fundamentally different from that in which standardized testing developed. Testing should now be more concerned with facilitating equal opportunity.…
Descriptors: Educational Testing, Justice, Minority Groups, Psychological Testing