009 - Dr. William Jeynes

Assessing the Value of Standardized Testing

Assessing the Value of Standardized Testing

In this episode we speak with Dr. William Jeynes, Professor of Education at California State University, Long Beach about standardized testing in America.  How did testing and our industrial model come about, and is it right for young children?

Professor Jeynes is most interested in how research can be applied to public policy, especially quantitative and qualitative research on bridging the achievement gap, parental involvement, religious commitment, historical trends, school choice, family structure, religious schools, discrimination, bullying, reading instruction, and public policy.

Dr. Jeynes is a well-known public speaker having spoken in 49 US states in the country and in every inhabited continent, including Peking University, Moscow State University, and has been a consultant for both the U.S. and South Korean governments.

Eliminating the Achievement GapParental Involvement and Academic SuccessHe has published over 100 academic articles, 14 books, and written for both the G.W. Bush and Obama administrations.  Two books to check out are:

Eliminating the Achievement Gap

Parental Involvement and Academic Success

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Assessing the Value of Standardized Testing