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Is a Lack of Instructional Validity Contributing to the Decline of Achievement Test Scores?
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Educational Technology Volume 16, Number 7, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

A new concept, instructional validity implies that a test is valid if it can be demonstrated that instruction of sufficient quality and behaviorally matched to the performance demands of the test items was offered. (Author/LS)

Citation

Feldhusen, J.F. (1976). Is a Lack of Instructional Validity Contributing to the Decline of Achievement Test Scores?. Educational Technology, 16(7), 13-16. Retrieved January 28, 2020 from .

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