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Davison delivered keynote address at the 2013 NIETS International Symposium

Mark L. Davison, professor in the Quantitative Methods in Education Track, Department of Educational Psychology, delivered a keynote address entitled "Policies and Practices in Large-scale Assessment in the United States" to the 2013 NIETS International Symposium in Bangkok on National Educational Testing and Assessment in ASEAN Countries.

He also delivered a pre-conference workshop entitled "Multidimensional Item Response Theory: IRTPRO." Other speakers included the Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand, Mr. Phongthep Thepkanjana, and Dr. Gwang-Chol Chang of UNESCO. The conference was co-hosted by Dr. Somwung Pitiyanuwat and staffed by Dr. Chayut Piromsombat, both Ph.D. alumni of the Department of Educational Psychology.

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