Monthly Archives: March 2015

Tom Oakland, 1939-2015

Thomas D. Oakland, 1939-2015 Tom Oakland epitomized the gentleman scholar. He was a world-renowned expert in educational assessment and evaluation–one of the best. He was also a tireless supporter of the Nonpartisan Education Review, from its beginning until his untimely … Continue reading

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Robert T. Oliphant, 1924-2014

Robert T. Oliphant 1924-2014 Bob Oliphant passed away in June, 2014. He was one of the most optimistic and generous people I’ve ever met, and one of my best friends. That despite the fact that we never met face-to-face—a typical … Continue reading

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Selling ‘Performance’ Assessments with Inaccurate Pictures from Kentucky

By Richard Innes, new in the Nonpartisan Education Review. See more at:

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