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    A Quantum Measurement Paradigm for Educational Predicates: Implications for Validity in Educational Measurement.Ian Cantley - 2017 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 49 (4).
    The outcomes of educational assessments undoubtedly have real implications for students, teachers, schools and education in the widest sense. Assessment results are, for example, used to award qualifications that determine future educational or vocational pathways of students. The results obtained by students in assessments are also used to gauge individual teacher quality, to hold schools to account for the standards achieved by their students, and to compare international education systems. Given the current high-stakes nature of educational assessment, it is imperative (...)
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    PISA and Policy-Borrowing: A Philosophical Perspective on Their Interplay in Mathematics Education.Ian Cantley - 2019 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 51 (12):1200-1215.
    Mathematics achievement in different education systems around the world is assessed periodically in the Programme for International Student Assessment. PISA is deemed to yield robust...
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