Howard T. Everson is currently Professor of Psychology and Director of the Center for Advanced Study in Education, Graduate Center. Professor Everson’s research and scholarly interests focus on the intersection of cognition and assessment. He has contributed to developments in educational psychology, psychometrics, and quantitative methods. His measurement expertise is in the areas of item response theory, differential item functioning, and cognitive diagnostic measurement models.
Before joining the Center for Advanced Study in Education at CUNY, Professor Everson was a faculty member in the doctoral program in Psychometrics at Fordham University. Dr. Everson also served as the Executive Director of the NAEP Educational Statistics Services Institute at the American Institutes for Research, and was the Vice President and Chief Research Scientist at the College Board. Dr. Everson was a Psychometric Fellow at the Educational Testing Service. Dr. Everson is an elected Fellow of both the American Educational Research Association and the American Psychological Association, and a charter member of the Association for Psychological Science.
Current Research Projects
Study One of BES Cut Score: NCEE Validating Study