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Routledge has released the fourth book in the NCME series Applications of Educational Measurement and Assessment. Testing in the Professions features a chapter that was co-authored by Brian Bontempo and Ellen Julian entitled Communication with Candidates and Other Stakeholders.
(March 2017)

Joshua Goodman, James Masters, Brian Bontempo, and Fen Fang will be presenting a workshop entitled Improving Test Results Reports at the Innovations in Testing Conference in Scottsdale, AZ at 10:15 AM on Tuesday March 7, 2017.
(March 2017)

Mountain Measurement is pleased to announce that it has been approved as a Continuing Education Provider by the Alabama Board of Nursing (Provider Number: ABNP1516). Beginning with the February NCLEX® Program Reports Professional Development Seminar in Winter Haven, FL, all registered participants will be eligible for continuing education credit. All participants wishing to receive continuing education credit should bring their nursing license to the event.
(February 2017)

Mountain Measurement, Inc. has established the NCLEX® Program Reports Panel of Nursing Experts. This group of nursing education leaders will provide their expertise to the makers of the NCLEX® Program Reports and nursing faculty and administrators across the US and Canada.
(December 2016)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., Isabelle Gothier, Ph.D. and Zerrin Sayar will present a three hour preconference session entitled "NCCA Accreditation: Lessons Learned from the Standards Update" at the 2016 ICE Exchange Conference in Colorado Springs, CO
(November 2016)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., and Daniel Wilson will present an information session at the 2016 NCLEX Conference for Canadian Educators on Monday, April 18, from 2:45 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. This session will provide information on how to interpret the NCLEX Program Reports and how to use them in preparing for classes and curricula.
(April 2016)

Brian Bontempo and Amin Saiar will present "Demystifying Measurement Equivalence: A Comparison of Equating and Examination Form Assembly Methods" on Monday, March 21, at 5:00 p.m. at the 2016 ATP Innovations in Testing Conference in Orlando, FL.
(March 2016)

Brian Bontempo and Daniel Wilson will present a product demonstration entitled "Improving Reports for Testing Programs" on Tuesday, March 22, at 1:15 p.m. at the 2016 ATP Innovations in Testing Conference in Orlando, FL.
(March 2016)

Brian Bontempo and Daniel Wilson will present a fishbowl session entitled "TRANSOM Your Window Into Test Results" on Tuesday, March 22, at 12:00 p.m. at the 2016 ATP Innovations in Testing Conference in Orlando, FL.
(March 2016)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented "So, You Think You've Got a Certification Program? Understanding the Nuances of Various Credentialing Programs" at the 2015 ICE Exchange Conference in Portland, OR.
(October 2015)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., Steve Wise, Gage Kingsbury, & Ron Houser presented "Identifying item enemies in a CAT pool using a chi-square goodness-of-fit test" at the 2015 IACAT Conference in Cambridge, England.
(September 2015)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented "CAT for Rapidly Changing Content Domains" at the 2015 IACAT Conference in Cambridge, England.
(September 2015)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented a product demonstration entitled "TRANSOM - Your Window into Test Results" at the 2015 E-ATP Conference in Dublin, Ireland.
(September 2015)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., Andrew Boyle, and Susan Martin conducted a breakout session entitled "Leveraging Standards to Leap Ahead" at the 2015 E-ATP Conference in Dublin, Ireland.
(September 2015)

On July 24, 2015, Daniel Wilson completed the six-month ICE Certificate Program for the Credentialing Specialist, providing him with the knowledge to develop, implement, and maintain a quality certification program.
(July 2015)

CLEAR Exam Review (Spring 2015, Volume 25, No. 1) published an article by Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., entitled A Review of the Newly Adopted NCCA Standards, which describes the recent changes to the NCCA Standards, explains the relevance of the standards to licensure programs, describes the revision process, and highlights changes from the earlier edition.
(May 2015)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented a one-hour live webinar entitled Exam Results & Score Reports: Do's and Dont's at 1:00 PM, ET, on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 as part of a three-part webinar series hosted by the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE).
(March 2015)

Daniel Wilson and Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented a fishbowl session entitled Innovating Report Design in Testing at the 2015 ATP Innovations in Testing Conference on Monday, March 2, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Topics included usability, analytics, interactivity, and data visualizations as they pertain to reports in the testing industry.
(March 2015)

New NCCA standards have been approved and will be implemented on January 1, 2016. The last NCCA standards revision was in 2005. Programs seeking NCCA accreditation or reaccreditation in 2016 will be expected to follow the new requirements.
(February 2015)

Daniel Wilson served on the ICE Research and Development Committee in 2015. This was his first time volunteering on the committee.
(January 2015)

CLEAR Exam Review (Fall 2014, Volume 24, No. 2) published the second of four articles on data visualization by Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., in a column called "Technology & Testing." The article, entitled Designing Effective Data Visualizations for Testing, presents a step-by-step process for designing informative data visualizations with insights and guidance on successfully executing each step.
(October 2014)

Mountain Measurement's TRANSOM™ wins the Product Demonstration Competition at the European Association of Test Publishers (E-ATP) conference in Budapest, Hungary. View the press release for more details.
(September 2014)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented a product demonstration entitled TRANSOM - Your Window into Testing Results at the Annual Meeting of the European Division of the Association of Test Publishers in Budapest, Hungary.
(September 2014)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented Increasing Mobility in Europe through Assessment-Based Certificates at the Annual Meeting of the European Division of the Association of Test Publishers in Budapest, Hungary.
(September 2014)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented The Basics of Data Visualization for Test Reporting at the Annual Meeting of the European Division of the Association of Test Publishers in Budapest, Hungary.
(September 2014)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented a paper entitled The Use of Data Visualization in Testing Reports at the 9th Conference of the International Test Commission in San Sebastian, Spain.
(July 2014)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented a paper entitled A More Informative Group Percentile Rank at the 9th Conference of the International Test Commission in San Sebastian, Spain.
(July 2014)

CLEAR Exam Review (Spring 2014, Volume 24, No. 1) published the first of four articles on data visualization by Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., in a column called "Technology & Testing." The article, entitled An Introduction to Data Visualization for Testing, focuses on the theory and concepts of data visualization and their application in the context of licensure & certification testing.
(May 2014)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D. and Michelle Nolin, CPLP presented a one-hour live webinar entitled Assessment-Based Certificate Programs: Why They May Be Preferable to Certification at 1:00 PM, EDT, on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 as part of a three-part webinar series hosted by the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE).
(May 2014)

Brian Bontempo, Lynn Webb, Anjali Weber, and Vijay Krishna presented a Breakout Session entitled The Best of Both Worlds: A Comparison of NCCA and ANSI Standards at the 2014 Innovations in Testing Conference sponsored by the Association of Test Publishers (Scottsdale, AZ).
(March 2014)

Brian Bontempo and Daniel Wilson presented a workshop entitled Innovating Reports with Data Visualization at the 2014 Innovations in Testing Conference sponsored by the Association of Test Publishers (Scottsdale, AZ).
(March 2014)

From 3:15 to 4:15 PM on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 Brian Bontempo, Ph.D. and Michelle Nolin, CPLP presented Assessment-based Certificate Program: Why It May Be Preferable to NCCA Accreditation at the 2013 ICE Exchange Conference (Amelia Island, FL).
(November 2013)

Brian Bontempo, Daniel Wilson, Kim Brunnert, and Sarah Thomas presented their findings in the Potential Test Fraud Challenge as part of the 2nd Annual Statistical Detection of Potential Test Fraud Conference (Madison, WI).
(October 2013)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented on Certification Quality and Accreditation at the 7th Annual National Medical Interpreter Certification Forum on Friday, May 3, at 10:50 a.m. in Portland, OR.
(May 2013)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., Chad Buckendahl, Ph.D., Timothy Muckle, Ph.D., and Sandra Neustel, Ph.D., presented at the 2013 ATP Innovations in Testing Conference on Tuesday, February 5, at 11:00 a.m. Benchmarks: A (Theoretically) Comprehensive Overview of Industry Standards and Best Practice Guidelines provided an overview of the various standards, accreditations, and best practice guidelines that exist within the testing industry.
(February 2013)

Daniel Wilson and Ken Garrett presented on basic theory and analysis of test data in a 2-part session on Psychometrics for Complete Beginners at the 2013 ATP Innovations in Testing Conference on Tuesday, February 5, from 8:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. This is a great opportunity for non-psychometricians to get their feet wet and for psychometric professionals to discover new ways of explaining complicated concepts to their colleagues and clients.
(February 2013)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., and Daniel Wilson of Mountain Measurement provided Free Data Visualization and Reporting Evaluations at the 2013 ATP Innovations in Testing Conference in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, on Monday, February 4, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Bring a copy of your own data visualization or report to be discussed and evaluated!
(February 2013)

On Wednesday November 7, 2012, Brian Bontempo, Ph.D. will join fellow NCCA commissioners at the ICE Annual Education Conference in Palm Springs, CA for a presentation to address the biggest challenges facing certification organizations today. If your organization is applying for NCCA accreditation, this is your opportunity to ask the commissioners questions about the standards. Check the 2012 conference itinerary for more information.
(November 2012)

Mountain Measurement celebrated ten years of business on 10/10/2012! Thanks to all of our employees, clients, and partners for helping us reach this milestone. We look forward to another ten years as we add to our list of accomplishments!
(October 2012)

Mountain Measurement is pleased to announce that Brian Bontempo, Ph.D. will provide a presentation entitled The Basics of Data Visualization for the E-ATP Conference in Berlin, Germany, on Wednesday September 12, 2012. This is the first time that Brian has presented to European audiences on Data Visualization.
(September 2012)

Mountain Measurement is pleased to announce that TRANSOM, a cutting edge test results management system, placed 4th in the Demo Competition at E-ATP.
(September 2012)

Attendees of the Innovations in Testing Conference sponsored by the Association of Test Publishers Conference are invited to join Mountain Measurement for a pre-conference hike in the Mt San Jacinto California State Park on Sunday February 26, 2012 at 9:00 AM. Details can be found here.
(February 2012)

Interested in Data Visualization? Join Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., at the Innovations in Testing Conference in Palm Springs, CA. Brian will present Data Visualization for You and Your Company at 9:45 AM on Wednesday February 29, 2012.
(February 2012)

The Institute for Credentialing Excellence announces that Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., was appointed to serve as a psychometric reviewer for the National Commission on Certifying Agencies. For more information see the Press Release.
(December 6, 2011)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., and Gage Kingsbury, Ph.D. presented "A Comparison of CAT and LOFT for Certification Examinations." at the Annual Meeting of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence in New Orleans, LA.
(November 28, 2011)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., gave a presentation on Standard Setting at the Ontario Base Hospitals Group 2011 Annual Conference. For more details click here.
(May 9-13, 2011)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., is featured in the 2011 ATP Innovations in Testing Conference Video. For more details click here.
(April 2011)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., Gage Kingsbury, Ph.D., Steve Wise, Ph.D., and Anthony Zara, Ph.D. presented a paper entitled The Future of Computer-based Testing is Now...Or At Least Real Soon Now at the 2011 ATP Innovations in Testing Conference. For more details click here.
(February 2011)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., Ruben Garcia and Sara Rupp presented a paper entitled Local Versus Remote Proctoring for High Stakes Exams at the 2011 ATP Innovations in Testing Conference. For more details click here.
(February 2011)

Mountain Measurement and our new TRANSOM product are featured in this month's ICE Newsletter.
(November 2010)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D. presented a paper entitled Objective Classroom Assessment Using the Rasch Model during the 2010 Rasch International Conference on Probabilistic Models for Measurement in Education, Psychology, Social Science and Health in Copenhagen, Denmark (June 13-16, 2010). More details can be found by clicking here.
(April 2010)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., Gage Kingsbury, Ph.D., Steve Wise, Ph.D., and Anthony Zara, Ph.D. presented a paper entitled The Theoretical Issues That Are Important to Operational Adaptive Testing during the first annual IACAT Conference in Arnhem, The Netherlands (June 7-9, 2010). More details can be found here.
(April 2010)

Kirk A. Becker, Ph.D., Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., Phil Dickison, Ph.D., and James S. Masters, Ph.D. presented a paper entitled A Comparison of Item Exposure, Test Information, and Theta Recovery for LOFT, CAT, and Fixed Form Tests during the first annual IACAT Conference in Arnhem, The Netherlands (June 7-9, 2010). More details can be found here.
(April 2010)

Mountain Measurement completed a pilot study report for Expeditionary Learning Schools Outward Bound (ELS) on the relationship between students' participation in an ELS program and their academic growth.
(April 2010)

Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., Gage Kingsbury, Ph.D., and Anthony Zara, Ph.D. presented a paper entitled A Comparison of Hybrid Progressive Item Selection Procedures for Adaptive Tests during the "Issues with Computer Adaptive Testing" session on April 2, 2010 at the National Council on Measurement in Education Annual Meeting in Denver, CO. More details can be found here.
(April 2010)

Brian D. Bontempo, Ph.D., Helen Claydon, and Jamie Mulkey, Ed.D. conducted a session entitled Evaluating and Charting a Path for Innovation during the 2010 ATP Innovations in Testing Conference in Orlando, FL (February 7-10, 2010). More details can be found by clicking here.
(January 2010)

Mountain Measurement, Inc. completed a report for the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB®) on their 2009 Advanced Certification Needs Assessment Survey Results. The report can be found here.
(January 2010)

Mountain Measurement, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of TRANSOM™, the latest incarnation of the company's Test Results Management System. TRANSOM will be showcased November 18-21 at the 2009 National Organization for Competency Assurance (NOCA) Annual Educational Conference in Phoenix, AZ. More information on TRANSOM can be requested by directly contacting Mountain Measurement, Inc. from their company's contact page .
(November 2009)

Anthony Zara, Ph.D., Brian D. Bontempo, Ph.D., G. Gage Kingsbury, Ph.D., and Casey Marks, Ph.D. conducted a session entitled A Comparison of Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) with Linear on the Fly Testing (LOFT) Methods for Certification Applications during the 2009 National Organization for Competency Assurance (NOCA) Annual Educational Conference in Phoenix, AZ.
(November 2009)

Mountain Measurement has finally entered the blogosphere! Check out their blog, MMLog to follow and read up on Mountain Measurement's fun and insightful thoughts on industry-related topics.
(June 2009)

Timothy Muckle, James Masters, and Brian Bontempo, Ph.D., presented a paper entitled Comparing Difficulty Estimates Using Operational CAT and Pilot Data during the "Studies on Rasch Conditions and Applications" session of the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association in San Diego, CA, April 13 - Friday, April 17, 2009.
More details can be found at AERA Annual Meeting 2009.
(April 2009)

Brian D. Bontempo, Ph.D. and Daniel Wilson, both of Mountain Measurement Inc., presented a paper entitled Generating Artificial School Attendance Boundaries during the "Methodological Issues and Geographical Boundaries in Analyses of National Datasets" session of the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association in San Diego, CA, April 13 - Friday, April 17, 2009.
More details can be found at AERA Annual Meeting 2009.
(April 2009)

Look for Brian D. Bontempo, Ph.D. and Geoffrey Borthwick at the 2009 Annual NCME Meeting. Brian was the discussant for the session entitled "Item exposure control in CAT". Brian presented a paper written by he and Geoffrey entitled Repeat Test Taker Performance.
(April 2009)

Mountain Measurement and the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) have partnered to deliver the ABFM Validity Survey. If you are the program director of a Family Medicine residency program, be on the lookout for an invitation to take the survey.
(March 2009)

Mountain Measurement is collaborating with the Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examinations (NPLEX) on the 2009 NPLEX Pharmacology Job Task Analysis Survey. If you're a licensed naturopath, we encourage you take the survey. For more information, please contact Geoff Borthwick at (866) 477-1288 ext 132.
(March 2009)

Brian D. Bontempo, Ph.D., Mountain Measurement's Principal Consultant, Michael Sammet, Program Coordinator and instructor for UC Berkeley Extension's Sustainable Design program and weekly Radio Show host on Santa Cruz's KZSC 88.1 FM, and Quinn Sutton, Vice President, Marketing at KRYTERION, Inc., will be guest speakers on the topic Online Testing: The Green Scene at the Association of Test Publishers (ATP) Innovations in Testing 2009 Annual Conference. Details can be found at ATP 2009.
(February 2009)

Mountain Measurement has begun working on a "killer application" that will provide reports using GIS data to map student growth results.
(February 2009)

Mountain Measurement announces the release of a new educational program reports website for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. NCLEX Program Reports
(September 2008)

Mountain Measurement proudly sponsored the Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR) 2008 Annual Conference. For more information on the conference, go to CLEAR.
(September 2008)

Mountain Measurement is pleased to announce that it will be providing Results Management & Psychometric services to American Registry For Diagnostic Medical Sonography, ARDMS.
(September 2008)

The GED Testing Service has asked Mountain Measurement to provide psychometric support to its program.
(February 2008)

We are pleased to announce the addition of six new staff members to the Mountain Measurement family. They will begin work on the 2008 What Makes Schools Work research study, a project of Vanderbilt University's National Center on School Choice, in association with the Northwest Evaluation Association. Please visit the What Makes Schools Work website for more information.
(September 2007)

Mountain Measurement provides a full suite of psychometric services for SAP, who administer over fifty different Associate and Professional level computer-based certification exams around the globe including item and test analyses, DIF analyses, standard setting, and forms assembly.
(August 2007)

Microsoft, a provider of over 100 different computer-based certification exams for software developers, database administrators, and IT professionGenerating Artificial School Attendance Boundariesals around the globe has asked Mountain Measurement to supply a number of services, including psychometric item and test analyses for Microsoft exams. Microsoft has also asked Mountain Measurement to perform psychometric test development tasks, such as forms assembly.
(June 2007)

The Joint Research Committee (JRC) of Pearson VUE and The National Council of State Boards of Nursing has accepted Mountain Measurement's proposal entitled "A sampled and pooled approach to calculating average group performance." Mountain Measurement expects this research to validate the use of a new algorithm that redefines the estimation of average group performance. This method will allow Mountain Measurement to offer complete NCLEX® Program Reports to educational programs that have as few as 5 graduates testing within a reporting period.
(January 2007)

The National Registry of EMTs is pleased to announce that the NREMT First Responder, Basic-EMT, Intermediate85-EMT, and Paramedic Certification Examinations are now being delivered as a Computerized Adaptive Tests through Pearson VUE. Mountain Measurement was responsible for the design of these CAT systems and will continue to provide psychometric consultation to the NREMT as the exams transition from the rollout to the stabilization phase.
(January 2007)

The National Center on School Choice and the Northwest Evaluation Association have partnered with Mountain Measurement on a three year IES Research project pertaining to the governance, curriculum, and teaching practice in both public schools and schools of choice. Mountain Measurement will provide data support services by managing the data collection effort in all of the sample schools.
(December 2006)

Jan Semenza, Tanya March, and Brian Bontempo are being published in the Journal of Urban Health. Look for their article entitled "Community-Initiated Urban Development: An Ecological Intervention" in the January 2007 edition or through the Springer web site by clicking here.
(October 2006)

Melissa Hart will present a paper entitled "A multi-faceted approach to assessing human responses to extreme heat, poor air quality, and public advisories" on behalf of the FUSE team at the 6th International Conference on Urban Climate in Goteburg, Sweden.
(June 2006)

The National Council on Measurement in Education reports that Brian Bontempo will present two papers at this year's annual meeting. The first entitled "Time as a Variable" is co-authored with Marty McCall from the Northwest Evaluation Association. The second paper, entitled "A comparison of traditional and IRT based item quality criteria" is co-authored by Jerry Gorham from Pearson VUE. Both papers will be presented on Saturday April 8, 2006 in San Francisco, CA.
(March 2006)

Mountain Measurement is pleased to announce that we are now offering research related data support services. Data support services include phone-based data collection, data-entry, data cleaning and data integrity services. For more information, check out Mountain Measurement Data Support or call Carina at (503) 284-1288 ext 125.
(January 2006)

The National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Pearson VUE, and Mountain Measurement are pleased to announce that the NCLEX® Program Reports have undergone a technological enhancement. Effective October 2005, reports will be generated as electronic files, quickly and easily accessed and downloaded from a secure web site. For more information, check out the NCLEX® Program Reports web site or call the NCLEX® Program Reports hotline at (800) 261-6227.
(October 2005)

The National Association of EMS Educators is pleased to announce that Brian D. Bontempo, Ph.D. founder and CEO of Mountain Measurement, Inc. will give a keynote address at their annual meeting. The presentation, entitled "The Future of Testing and Assessment", will be given on Thursday September 8, 2005 at 10:00 AM in San Antonio, TX.
(August 2005)

Pearson VUE is partnering with Mountain Measurement to provide the NCLEX® Program Reports for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. Beginning in the Fall 2005, semi-annually, Mountain Measurement will provide subscribing nursing education programs with detailed information on the performance of their program's graduates on the NCLEX® examinations. Mountain Measurement expects to convert the reports to electronic format and enhance the level of service provided to subscribers.
(July 2005)

Mountain Measurement has moved! Our new offices are located in North Portland in the historic Mississippi District.
(December 2004)

Brian D. Bontempo, Ph.D., Mountain Measurement's Principal Consultant has begun serving as the Psychometrician for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. Between now and Jan 1, 2007, Dr. Bontempo will lead the psychometric design and development of a Computerized Adaptive Testing (CAT) system that will assess the competency of thousands of newly trained First Responders, EMT-Basics, EMT-Intermediates, and Paramedics from around the United States.
(November 2004)

Mountain Measurement is proud to be part of a research team that has recently been awarded a grant by the The National Science Foundation. The project, Feedbacks Between Urban Systems and the Environment" (FUSE) seeks to understand how the components of the urban atmospheric environment interact. One goal of the project will be to develop a model that can be used to forecast human interaction with the urban atmospheric environment during episodes of extreme heat and poor air quality.
(July 2004)

Mountain Measurement to provide psychometric services for IT industry certification programs. Details in our CompTIA Press Release.
(May 10, 2004)

Steve Wise and MM Principal Brian Bontempo, Ph.D. discussed the papers presented at the Computer Adaptive Testing - Item Exposure Session (Session G) of the Annual Meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education in San Diego, CA April 13-15, 2004. Details can be found at NCME-Item Exposure.
(January 10, 2004)

Rebecca Goldstein, Ph.D. and MM Principal Brian Bontempo, Ph.D. presented a paper entitled "Conducting a Narrative Analysis on a Tentative Reconciliation between Opposing Camps: Qualitative vs. Quantitative Research" at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association in San Diego, CA April 12-16, 2004. More details can be found at AERA-Narrative Analysis.
(January 10, 2004)

For the fourth year in a row, MM Principal Brian Bontempo, Ph.D. presented at the Technology in Testing Conference sponsored by the Association of Test Publishers. This year, Brian will present an overview of Standard Setting Techniques on Tuesday February 3rd, 2004 at the Renaissance Esmeralda Resort, in Palm Springs, CA. More details can be found at Standard Setting Techniques.
(December 8, 2003)

Mountain Measurement partners with Questionmark, a leading testing tool provider and test delivery provider, to expand client offerings.
(July 1, 2003)

The Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) partners with Mountain Measurement, Inc. to evaluate the validity of the Open Book Option for Emergency Nursing Recertification
(April 10, 2003)

MM Principal Brian Bontempo presented at the Technology in Testing Conference sponsored by the Association of Test Publishers. Details can be found at Managing Item Banks.
(January 27, 2003)

The National Council of State Boards of Nursing partners with Mountain Measurement, Inc. to evaluate the speededness of the NCLEX-RNŽ examination.
(January 6, 2003)

Mountain Measurement, Inc. and NWEA partner to help all kids learn.
(October 16, 2002)

Mountain Measurement, Inc. officially organized as an S-Corporation.
(October 10, 2002)