Dr. A. Corinne Huggins-Manley is an Associate Professor at the University of Florida. Her research is focused on educational measurement, particularly with respect to issues of validity and fairness. She has published research on developments in fairness as a lack of statistical bias (e.g., differential item functioning; population invariance of equating) as well as on broader issues of measurement and construct validity. Dr. Huggins-Manley teaches multiple graduate level courses including Theory of Measurement, Item Response Theory, and Rating Scale Design and Analysis.
Dr. Manley is teaching a CURE class this coming spring to second semester freshman in the University Research Scholars Program.
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