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Committee on Assessment (November 2016) - Previous Revision

March 2010 Update

Watch for a flyer or bookmark at CCCC 2010 listing all assessment-related sessions!  The Assessment Committee will review the program in advance of the conference and create a guide to help attendees find sessions related to assessment.  We will leave them on tables in the program pick-up area.  We also encourage attendees to come to the Friday morning featured session on the role of committees in CCCC.  A representative of the Assessment Committee will participate in the session and will welcome your thoughts on ways that the committee could help the membership.

Committee Members

Larry McDoniel, Co-Chair
Summer Smith Taylor, Co-Chair 

Bob Broad
Tom Cameron
Susanmarie Harrington
Anne Herrington
Patricia Lynne
Jude Chudi Okpala
Les Perelman

Committee Charge

In recognition of Assessment as an ongoing and crucial part of the teaching of composition, the CCCC Assessment Committee is charged with serving to promote and preserve ethical writing assessment that works for the good of students, teachers, and the profession by:

  1. Keeping abreast of changes in Assessment of writing policies that affect the profession and suggesting revisions of the current statement to reflect any changes.
  2. Working with the CCCC officers and NCTE staff to disseminate the Position Statement on Writing Assessment in multiple venues. 
  3. Supplementing the position statement with a bibliography and hyperlinks to related position statements and explanations of terms.

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