Project Information

This website houses tools, information, and resources developed as part of the Evaluating the Validity of English Language Proficiency Assessments (EVEA) project. EVEA brought together a consortium of five states – Washington, Oregon, Montana, Indiana, and Idaho – with a team of researchers and a panel of experts on validity theory and English language development to develop a coherent validity argument for English language proficiency (ELP) assessments. EVEA was funded for an 18-month period from 2009 through 2011 by an Enhanced Assessment Grant from the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education at the US Department of Education, awarded to the Office of the Superintendent for Public Instruction in Washington state.

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