Design principles for new systems of assessment

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LORRIE A. SHEPARD (lorrie.shepard@colorado.edu) is distinguished professor of education at the University of Colorado Boulder, School of Education.
WILLIAM R. PENUEL (@bpenuel) is professor of learning sciences and human developmentat the University of Colorado Boulder, School of Education.
KRISTEN DAVIDSON (kristen.davidson@colorado.edu) is a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Colorado Boulder, School of Education.

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