Bibliography on assessment

Large-scale Assessment Systems. Design principles drawn from international comparisons.
P. Black King's College London University of London, England & D. Wiliam  Institute of Education, University of London, England 

Improving the Way We Grade Science. Standards-based grading systems can improve how we communicate learning expectations to students.
Jacqueline B. Clymer & Dylan Wiliam

Three articles on Assessment in Second Handbook of Research on Mathematics Teaching and Learning (2007)
- Keeping Learning on Track: Classroom Assessment and the Regulation of Learning, Dylan Wiliam, University of London
- High Stakes Testing in Mathematics, Linda Dager Wilson
- Large-scale Assessment of Mathematics Education, Jan de Lange, Freudenthal Institute

Mathematical Sciences Education Board. (1993). Measuring what counts: A conceptual guide for mathematics assessment. Washington DC: National Academy Press.

Monaghan, John; Pool, Peter; Roper, Tom; & Threlfall, John.  (2009).  Open-start mathematics problems: An approach to assessing problem solving.  Teaching Mathematics and its Applications, 28, 21-31.

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.  (1995).  Assessment standards for school mathematics.  Reston, VA: Author.

Pandey, Tej. (1990). Authentic mathematics assessment. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 2(1).
Retrieved March 30, 2009 from .

Ridgway, James. (1998, January).  From barrier to lever: Revising roles for assessment in mathematics education (NISE Brief Vol. 2, No. 1).  Madison: University of Wisconsin-Madison, National Institute for Science Education.