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Fairness in Classroom Assessment
Fairness in classroom assessment
Robin D.Tierney

Fairness is an ideal that has pervaded the history of education in democratic societies, from the establishment of merit-based systems centuries ago to the organization of contemporary classrooms. Common classroom practices, such as raising hands and taking turns, reflect shared beliefs about fairness (Campbell, ...

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