Special Issue "Intelligence in Education"
A special issue of Journal of Intelligence (ISSN 2079-3200).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 December 2018).
The United States has a long and controversial relationship with the use of standardized testing in public education. This Special Issue will include research from cognitive, developmental, educational, cultural, school, and quantitative psychology to examine the impact of various testing practices and policies within American education, with an emphasis on IQ and achievement tests.
Prof. Dr. Tomoe Kanaya
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- testing in education
- educational policy