Caveon Presents at Annual CERA Conference
Several of Caveon’s test security experts are in San Diego this week at the California Educational Research Association’s (CERA) annual conference.
Dr. Jamie Mulkey, and Marc Weinstein and Ben Mannes, Managing Directors of Caveon Investigative Services, are presenting Testing Violations: When the Unthinkable Happens – Effective Response Strategies. This interactive workshop will teach attendees what they should and should not do if a breach has occurred in their program.
“With another story about test validity issues almost every day in the media, this session is critical for attendees. It will help them proactively prepare and know the next steps to take, in the event that the worst happens in their assessment program,” said Dr. Mulkey.
CERA is a not-for-profit organization of professionals working at all levels of education dedicated to improving the practice of instruction, assessment, evaluation, conducting and applying educational research, and using data to inform instructional decisions.
For more information about the session, Caveon’s services, or any test security or exam validity issue, please contact (801) 208-0103, or visit caveon.com.