Madhabi Chatterji is Professor of Measurement, Evaluation, and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, where she founded and directs the Assessment and Evaluation Research Initiative (AERI, www.tc.edu/aeri), a center dedicated to promoting meaningful use of assessment and evaluation information, internationally and across disciplines. Her research and teaching interests lie broadly in assessment-evaluation methodology. Specifically, her work has focused on instrument design, construct validation and validity issues; evidence standards and the evidence debate; a diagnostic model of classroom assessment; and assessment policy issues in K-12 education, health and psychology, including the topics of educational equity and standards based reforms. She is co-editor of Quality Assurance in Education, an international journal in educational evaluation, and is a member of the university-wide Faculty Steering Committee of the Columbia Global Center-South Asia.
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