A Remedy for the Black-White Test-Score Disparity [Comment]

Janet E Helms
Sackett, Schmitt, Ellingson, and Kabin (April 2001) analyzed the effectiveness of strategies for reducing the disparities in average scores on high-stakes tests of cognitive abilities (CATs) of (especially) African or Black and Latino and Latina Americans as compared with White Americans. They argued that decision makers in the domains of education, employment, and licensure and certification are becoming increasingly dependent on test scores as the primary criteria for making high-stakes decisions. Consequently, these two socioracial...
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