Attention:   Doctoral Students and Researchers Participating in the Best Practices Poster Session at CREATE Conference 2016:

For more information about developing your posters for the 2016 Conference:   Use Template V4.

 2016 CREATE Millman Award Winner

The Board of Directors of CREATE is pleased to announce that the winner of the CREATE Jason Millman Award is Dr. James Pellegrino, Professor and Co-director of the Learning Sciences Research Institute at the University of Illinois Chicago. Dr. Pellegrino will present a talk and receive his award at CREATE’s 25th conference on September 30, 2016.  The Millman Award, created in 1998 as a tribute to Jason Millman, was established to recognize scholars whose body of work in the field of educational evaluation and assessment had contributed greatly to the field, advancing the use of educational evaluation and assessment in the service of education.  Dr. Pellegrino has made wide-ranging contributions in areas of assessment, learning, and educational policy that are at the forefront of where education in the 21st Century should be.    

Registration Fees**:

​Individual Registration :  $275.00
Graduate Student Registration :  $200.00
**Registration will increase $25.00 after August 15, 2016

  September 29 - October 1, 2016
 Embassy Suites Louisville Downtown
Louisville, KY

2016 CREATE Conference

Assessment, Evaluation, and Accountability

Celebrating 25 Years of CREATE

Educational Articles:

American Public Education: An Origin Story

Source:  Education News

Author:  Kerry Walsh

Date:  April 16, 2013

Message from the President

Welcome to the CREATE organization. We are fortunate to have a unique opportunity and a venue to blend practice and research. This is the promise of the CREATE organization. Our individual members include K12 practitioners in the field, professors and researchers in higher education, and researchers working for think tank organizations. 

The vision of the Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teaching Effectiveness (CREATE) is improved student learning, development, and achievement in PK-12 schools, institutes of higher education, and other educational settings.