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Dr. Don Klinger

Professor & Associate Dean of Graduate Students and Research, Faculty of Education

Dr. Don Klinger is a professor in assessment and evaluation at the Faculty of Education at Queen's University, Kingston. He has a strong background in quantitative research methods and psychometrics, including Classical Test Theory, Item Response Theory, and Generalizability Theory. Dr. Klinger's research explores the psychometric and policy issues of large-scale assessments, program evaluation, and measures of school effectiveness. Dr Klinger is particularly interested in the factors that impact educational outcomes, and the educational decisions, practices, and policies that arise from educational research. Ongoing funding and research projects have enabled Dr. Klinger to work to build stronger research collaborations and communication between the research community and practising educators. Dr. Klinger is a founding member of the Assessment and Evaluation Group at Queen's University. He has served as the president for the Canadian Educational Researchers’ Association (CERA) and was a member of the Ontario Education Research Panel. Currently, Dr. Klinger is the president-elect for the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), Canada's largest research body for educational research. 

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