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Hiring
Hiring to
to the
the Test:
Test: Ensuring
Ensuring Fairness
Fairness in
in Candidate
Candidate Selection
Selection Tests
Tests
Many school districts I speak with across the country
are examining how they recruit and hire great educators andschool
other staff.
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is positive
as having
a
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districts
speak
with across
the
great recruiting
and hiring
process
canand
ensure
country
are examining
how they
recruit
hire
great
educators and
other staff.
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this is posiyour organization
is looking
for new
candidates
in
tive
as having
a and
great
recruiting
andmeasures
hiring prothe
right
places
using
the
right
to
cess can ensure your organization is looking
select
thecandidates
best person for
the job!
for
new
in the
right places and
using the right measures to select the best
As
part
of
these
conversations,
many districts have
person for the job!
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askspart
newofhires
a series
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then the
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these
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districtmentioned
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also
many
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the
district
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results
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such to
tests.
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a great
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sure
inform
hiring. like
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are also
many vendors
who
such
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like
a great
idea...
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be done
fortests.
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low cost,
right?
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and one that could be done for relatively low cost,
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considering the use of selection test,
right?
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always.
they should be concerned about disparate impact.
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Disparate
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measures
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ployment
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attorneys,
and
the
Equal Employchoose
job
applicants,
and
then
"disproportionately
ment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) use to
excludes people
particular group
by race,
or
decscribe
when in
ana employer
uses tests
andsex,
other
measures
to choose
applicants,
and then
another covered
basis,job
unless
the employer
can"disjusproportionately
excludes
people
in a particular
tify the test or procedure
under
the law."
group by race, sex, or another covered basis, unless the employer can justify the test or procedure
The Law
under
the law."

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA);
The
LawDiscrimination in Employment Act of
the Age
1967; and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 all
The
Americans
with Disabilities
Act tests
of 1990
note the
useAge
of discriminatory
employment
and
(ADA);
the
Discrimination
in Employment
selection
procedures
Act
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VIIillegal.
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of
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note the
use of discriminatory
EEOC,all
selection
measures
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ment
tests
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selection
procedures
as
illegal.
limited to, physical ability tests that measure strength
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or stamina;
cognitive
assessing
or reading
could
include
but aretests
not limited
to, math
physical
ability
comprehension,
memory,
reasoning,
or the
knowltests
that measure
strength
or stamina;
cognitive
tests
assessing
math
or
reading
comprehension,
edge of a particular job or function; sample job tasks
memory,
reasoning,
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the
knowledge of
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performance
testing;
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jobasorwork
function;
sample
job tasks such
as work
sonality
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integrity
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measuring
certain
disposisamples or performance testing; personality
and
integrity
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measuring
certain dispositions;
tions; credit
checks;
English proficiency
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checks;
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proficiency
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Treatment
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vs. vs.
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ImpactImpact

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both
"disparate
treatment"
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VIIprohibits
prohibits
both
"disparate
treatment"
and
"disparate
impact"
discrimination.
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discrimination.
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between
between
the
two
is
that
one
is
intentional
discrimithe two is that one is intentional discrimination (dispanation (disparate treatment) and the other occurs
ratean
treatment)
and the other occurs as an effect of
as
effect of testing.
testing.

According to the EEOC, disparate treatment
cases
typically
involve
bias such
as
According
to the
EEOC,evidence
disparate of
treatment
cases
discriminatory
people
being
openly
typically involvestatements
evidence of or
bias
such as
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torynational
statements
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treated
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origin.
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ently due
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origiven
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might look
in reality.
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scenario
given "Title
by theVII
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covered
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reading
on an employment
facts sheet
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might
ability
of African American
applicants
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employlook but
in reality.
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covered
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ees
not testing
ability
of their
white
counterparts."
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this was
taken
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reading
of African
American
from
a real
court
case but
of disparate
treatment,
applicants
or
employees
not
testing
the
reading
Griggs v. Duke Power Company (1970).

ability of their white counterparts." While an example,

this was taken
from
real court
case
of disparate
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impact
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different
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treatment, Griggs v. Duke Power Company (1970).

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from using
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An example
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women
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rately impact
a particular
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analysis!
analysis!
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they
say
HR
people
don't
"do"
(And they say HR people don't "do" math... psh!)
math... psh!)
Candidate Lessons
Candidate Lessons
As a job candidate, asking bluntly if a selection test or
As
a job is
candidate,
asking
bluntly
if aemployer's
selection
question
"illegal" may
put you
on the
test
or question
is "illegal"
may
put you every
on theday).
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list (which,
sadly,
happens
ployer's do-not-call list (which, sadly, happens
Rather,day).
if youRather,
are uncomfortable
with a specific
every
if you are uncomfortable
test, a
I suggest
in a calm,
cool, in
collected,
with
specific asking
test, I suggest
asking
a calm,
cool,
collected, and
professional
manner
and professional
manner
how it aligns
to thehow
job
it
aligns
to
the
job
and
how
it
is
consistent
with
and how itnecessity.
is consistent with business necessity.
business
Employer Lessons
Employer Lessons
If you're buying a test, be cautious and do your homeIf
you're
a test,
cautious
do your
work
(justbuying
because
othersbearound
you and
are buying
a
homework
(just because
others
around
youhurts
are
tool
doesn't
mean
you
have
to
as
well).
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never
buying a tool doesn't mean you have to as well). It
to check
withtoyour
legal
counsel.
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askFurthe
never
hurts
check
with
your legal
counsel.
vendor
forthe
information
on EEOC
disparate
ther,
ask
vendor for
information
onimpact.
EEOC
disparate
impact. Iftothey
are unwilling
to proIf they are unwilling
provide
such information,
vide
such
information,
or
do
not know
what
or doare
nottalking
know
what
you
are
talking
about,
you
you
about,
you
should
have
a conshould have
a conversation
withinother
leaders in
versation
with
other leaders
the organization,
including legal
counsel,
to decide
the organization,
including
legal counsel,
to the
debest
course
action.
cide the
best of
course
of action.
One vendor
that
develops
selection
tests for
teacher
One
vendor
that
develops
selection
tests
for
teacher
candidates
EEOC Four-Fifths
candidates
provides provides
an EEOCan
Four-Fifths
Report. It
Report.
It
notes
that:
notes that:

According to the EEOC Four-Fifths rule, "A selec-

According to the EEOC Four-Fifths rule, "A setion raterate
for any
sex, orsex,
ethnic
is
lection
for race,
any race,
or group
ethnicwhich
group
less than
the rate forofthe
the
which
is four-fifths
less thanoffour-fifths
thegroup
rate with
for the
group
rate
generally
be rehighestwith
ratethe
willhighest
generally
bewill
regarded
by federal
garded
by federal
enforcement
agencies
as evienforcement
agencies
as evidence
of adverse
imdence
of adverse
impact.
The percent
of applipact. The
percent
of applicants
scoring
at 72%
or
cants
scoring
at 72%
or higher
between
each
subgroup
pair in
the subgroup
overall database
is overall
within
higher between
each
pair in the
the
four-fifths
guidelines;
thus, the
classification
database
is within
the four-fifths
guidelines;
thus,
system indicates no disparate results."

the classification system indicates no disparate re-

sults."
This
is FANTASTIC and exactly what any organization
should beand
looking
when
This
is
FANTASTIC
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what
anyconsiderorganizaing a selection test. It also never hurts to collect
tion
should
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looking
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seyour own data to ensure that the reports area aclection If
test.
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never ahurts
to collect
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you're
creating
selection
test,your
be cautious,
yourthat
homework,
check
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legal
data todo
ensure
the reports
are accurate.
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counsel,
and
collecttest,
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data
to ensure
creating
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be
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do
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homeyou're not disparately impacting a group of indiwork, check
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counsel,
and
collect
the
viduals.
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testlegal
yourself,
and
then
check
again
with your
counsel.
appropriate
data legal
to ensure
you're not disparately im-

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Education Week - May 8, 2019
CITIZEN Z: How Schools Undercut Their Own Civics Lessons
A Slow Build for Reporting On ESSA Data
The Battle Over Who Gets Into Elite Public Schools
News in Brief
Report Roundup
Girls Outshine Boys on Test of Tech, Engineering Skills
Career-Tech Ed Drawing Higher Achievers, College Goers
House Democrats Seek $4.4 Billion Ed. Dept. Increase
Trump Meets With Teacher Honorees, Even as Two Boycott
Lindsay J. Friedman: The Enduring Relevance of Holocaust Education
Kathy Liu Sun: How to Solve Our Math Worksheet Problem
Letters
TopSchoolJobs Recruitment Marketplace
Education Week - May 8, 2019 - The Battle Over Who Gets Into Elite Public Schools
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Education Week - May 8, 2019 - Report Roundup
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Education Week - May 8, 2019 - Girls Outshine Boys on Test of Tech, Engineering Skills
Education Week - May 8, 2019 - Career-Tech Ed Drawing Higher Achievers, College Goers
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Education Week - May 8, 2019 - House Democrats Seek $4.4 Billion Ed. Dept. Increase
Education Week - May 8, 2019 - Trump Meets With Teacher Honorees, Even as Two Boycott
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Education Week - May 8, 2019 - Lindsay J. Friedman: The Enduring Relevance of Holocaust Education
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Education Week - May 8, 2019 - Letters
Education Week - May 8, 2019 - TopSchoolJobs Recruitment Marketplace
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