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What happens when a standardized test (e.g., a statewide, grade-specific...

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When a test of this nature is changed, information is typically provided with the new test to show one how to "cross-walk" from the old to the new to make valid comparisons. However, if this has not been done, it is common to use one test as the outcome and a different test as a control for prior achievement if you are using regression analysis.


Joy Frechtling, 2/9/2001