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This study documents ethical conflicts faced by teachers in the United States regarding assessment of students. The most frequently mentioned assessment topics causing conflict included grading, standardized testing, and special populations. These findings suggest that explicit guidelines for defining and avoiding unethical behavior would be helpful to teachers in developing their assessment practices.
Updated: Jun. 10, 2009
The article examines educators' ethical judgments in relation to assessment. Results showed strong agreement among the educators on fewer than half of the scenarios presented in this study, reflecting the lack of consensus on the topic.
Updated: May. 27, 2008