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The Borrowing Of NAEP In SOUTH KOREA

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Recently there are hot debate over National Assessment of Educational Achievement(NAEA) in South Korea. This hot debate seems to be related to the borrowing of the American National Assessment of Educational Progress(NAEP). This study aims to research how the NAEA borrowed from NAEP and what happened to the former in South Korea? The methodology of this study is “systematic process analysis.” The method of data collection is literature review. Expected major findings are as follows. First, there are three common things between NAEP and NAEA: ①how to measure them, ②its openness to the public and ③four achievement levels. However, there are seven main differences between NAEP and NAEA in ①their purpose, ②their types, ③what and to whom they measure, ④whether students’ participation is in voluntary, ⑤who administers them, ⑥who scores them and ⑦to whom their results are reported. Second, NAEA is criticized in two ways: ①the ordering of the school and ②the fabrication of the result of NAEA. Also, there are two reasons for these criticism on NAEA. The first one is related to the differences between NAEP and NAEA. For example, in NAEP students participate voluntarily, while in NAEA they are mandatorily obliged to join it. The other reason is related to the differences in educational contexts. For example, individualism and pluralism in USA differ from collectivism and the egalitarian culture in Korea.

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Lee, Jun-Hee., Sohn, Heekwon., Shin, Won Hak. and Jeon, SangHoon. "The Borrowing Of NAEP In SOUTH KOREA" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the UCEA Annual Convention, Anaheim Marriott, Anaheim, California, Nov 19, 2009 <Not Available>. 2014-11-28 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p378326_index.html>

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Lee, J. , Sohn, H. , Shin, W. and Jeon, S. , 2009-11-19 "The Borrowing Of NAEP In SOUTH KOREA" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the UCEA Annual Convention, Anaheim Marriott, Anaheim, California Online <APPLICATION/PDF>. 2014-11-28 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p378326_index.html

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Abstract: Recently there are hot debate over National Assessment of Educational Achievement(NAEA) in South Korea. This hot debate seems to be related to the borrowing of the American National Assessment of Educational Progress(NAEP). This study aims to research how the NAEA borrowed from NAEP and what happened to the former in South Korea? The methodology of this study is “systematic process analysis.” The method of data collection is literature review. Expected major findings are as follows. First, there are three common things between NAEP and NAEA: ①how to measure them, ②its openness to the public and ③four achievement levels. However, there are seven main differences between NAEP and NAEA in ①their purpose, ②their types, ③what and to whom they measure, ④whether students’ participation is in voluntary, ⑤who administers them, ⑥who scores them and ⑦to whom their results are reported. Second, NAEA is criticized in two ways: ①the ordering of the school and ②the fabrication of the result of NAEA. Also, there are two reasons for these criticism on NAEA. The first one is related to the differences between NAEP and NAEA. For example, in NAEP students participate voluntarily, while in NAEA they are mandatorily obliged to join it. The other reason is related to the differences in educational contexts. For example, individualism and pluralism in USA differ from collectivism and the egalitarian culture in Korea.


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