Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice
© National Council on Measurement in Education
Edited By: Howard Everson
Online ISSN: 1745-3992
Associated Title(s): Journal of Educational Measurement
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4.Submissions must not exceed 30 pages, including references, tables and figures. Occasional exceptions to this rule will be at the discretion of the editor.
5. Submitting authors should do their best to keep their identities anonymous by not citing their own work excessively or gratuitously. For example, references to unpublished reports or conference papers should be avoided if possible. Please do not blind a reference to a previous publication (i.e., “Author 2012”) if it is clearly relevant to the present study as this simply makes the identity of the submitting author(s) all the more obvious. This represents a change to author guidelines through November of 2013.
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