The 2016 Jason Millman Award Recipient
James Pellegrino, Ph.D.

2006:  Robert Linn

2005:  Jim Popham      

2004:  Peter Airasian       

2003:  Kati Haycock       

2002:  Linda Darling-Hammond        

2001:  Michael Scriven     

2000:  Bill Sanders

1999:  Daniel Stufflebeam

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.


The Millman Award Scholars


2016:  James Pellegrino 

2015:   Joan Herman

2014:  Susan Brookhart

2013:  Karin Chenoweth
2012:  James Stronge       
2011:  Rick Stiggins      
2010:  Thomas R. Guskey      
2009:  Robert Rodosky      
2008:  Arlen Gullickson   
2007:  Robert Marzano      


Jason Millman scholars

Tribute to Professor Jason Millman

From Journal of Personnel Evaluation in Education, March 2000, Vol. 14, No. 1, p. 95

​ "The establishment, by the Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teaching Effectiveness (CREATE), of the annual Jason Millman Memorial Award and Lecture is a fitting tribute to a man who was a giant in the fields of educational research, measurement, and evaluation. The awards and lectures will help CREATE sustain the memories of Dr. Millman's profound contributions: his warm, caring support and friendship to many evaluators and editors and his help in establishing CREATE as a viable organization.

​Jason was a wonderful human being and the consummate scholar. He will long be remembered for his gentleness, great intelligence, optimism, sense of humor, humility, strong family values, dedication to students, cutting-edge inquiry skills, incisive publications, leadership in professional associations, excellent service on policy boards, and superlative editing of professional publications.

​Dr. Millman was a leader in advancing student assessment, teacher evaluation, credentialing of professionals, standards-setting, and other areas. He wrote widely on new technologies and approaches to teacher assessment, including performance-based measures of teaching competence and also the use of student achievement measures to assess teacher effectiveness. Among his many influential publications are the 1981 Handbook of Teacher Evaluation and its 1990 sequel with Linda Darling-Hammond."


The Board of Directors of CREATE is pleased 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.