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Volume 9, Issue 3 (1980)

Book Reviews

pp. 276—278

The authors contend that assessment literature has tended to emphasize “standardized achievement measures and the construction of classroom tests,” but they view this text as a departure from that emphasis primarily to accommodate the needs of counselors.

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