Content Validity & Reliability Results

Content Validity includes gathering evidence to demonstrate that the assessment content fairly and adequately represents a defined domain of knowledge or performance. A panel of experts reviews and submits response forms related to the evidence presented for the particular assessment. The COED Assessment Office generates a Content Validity Index (CVI) based on the result submissions. A CVI score of .80 or higher will be considered acceptable.

To view these results, please click on one of the following links. Each link directs to a chart with the list of programs and access to each rubric with the CVI results. (You must use your Ninernet Credentials to access)

Initial Teacher Education Programs

Advance Education Programs

Doctoral Education Programs

For more information about the COED Assessment Content Validity Process, please visit the protocol page.