Caveon Announces January 27 Webinar, Mastering the U.S. DOE Peer Review Requirements for Test Security

Caveon is pleased to announce an upcoming webinar in response to the U.S. Department of Education’s Peer Review of State Assessment Systems directive try this out. It will be held on January 27, 2016.

Specifically, the webinar will address Peer Review Critical Element 2.5 – Test Security, which asks States to prove they have “implemented and documented an appropriate set of policies and procedures to prevent test irregularities and ensure the integrity of test results.” To fulfill this requirement, States must submit documentation of policies and procedures in four categories of test security: prevention, detection, remediation, and investigation.

In the upcoming webinar, Caveon’s test security experts will unpack the requirements of this section of the Peer Review process. Specifically, they provide information on best practices for protecting assessments as well as outline resources available to help streamline the process. While the Webinar is targeted at State Assessment personnel, the information presented will be useful to any high stakes testing programs looking for guidance on how to improve their overall test security.

“Caveon is pleased by the emphasis the US DOE has placed on test security. The presence of specific security requirements in the Peer Review process represents a step forward in recognizing the importance of security in ensuring the validity and usefulness of test scores. This webinar will provide constructive guidance and useful resources to help streamline the complicated Peer Review process as it relates to test security,” said Caveon CEO, Dr. David Foster.

To learn more about this webinar, or to register to attend please visit:  Space is limited, so register today.