Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Policy Studies, Georgia State University, 2013.
Specialist of Education in Science, Georgia State University, 2001.
Master of Education in Science, Georgia State University, 1999.
Bachelor of Science in Natural Science, Spelman College, 1993.
K-12 Assessment Development
Tiffany Hogan is a clinical assistant professor who received her doctor of philosophy degree from Georgia State University.
Her research interests are in the areas of K-12 testing policy, high-stakes computer-adaptive testing, and tests as measures of teacher effectiveness.
Prior to joining the educational leadership faculty, she consulted with K-12 organizations in creating psychometrically sound assessments. In addition to her work with school districts, she also served as a school administrator at the elementary and high school levels. Plus, she lead the development of numerous assessments used for teacher evaluations within a school district.
Hogan, T., Fournillier, J., and Oshima, T. C. (2015, November). “School test coordinators’ perceptions of implementing a high-stakes computer-based testing program.” Presented (paper) for the 2015 University Council for Educational Administration, San Diego, California.
Hogan, T. and Oshima, T.C. (2014, July). “Efficiency and precision of computer-adaptive testing: A simulation using real data.” Presented (poster) for the 2014 Psychometric Society Conference, Madison, Wisconsin.