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Synthesis of responses to U.S. DoEd Assessment Standards RFI
The U.S. Department of Education released their synthesis of the extensive set of responses received to a Request for Information (RFI) they published on December 20, 2010 (I remember the exact date because I was on vacation at the time!).
All-in-all I feel it was very well done, although missing a few details I though might have been useful. But, it is very useful, I think, to the Race to the Top Assessment (RTTA) consortia as it lays out a high level prioritization of standards and the candidate standards to focus on.
In IMS we can fell very proud that QTI, LTI, and APIP were prominently named - and we look forward to supporting RTTA on standards.
Read or download the document here: