Enis Dogan

Professorial Lecturer

Part-time Faculty


Email: Enis Dogan

Dr. Dogan serves as a Senior Research Scientist at the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) of the U.S. Department of Education in Washington DC. In this position, Dr. Dogan advises the NCES leadership on psychometric and statistical issues related to various NCES assessment and survey programs, provides guidance in assessment design, statistical analysis, reporting and technical documentation, and conducts original research consistent with the NCES strategic goals. His research on large scale assessments, including National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS), Early Childhood longitudinal Study (ECLS), have been published as book chapters, journal articles and conference papers.

Research methods, educational and psychological measurement, statistics.

Dogan, E. (2018). An Application of the Partial Credit IRT Model in Identifying Benchmarks for Polytomous Rating Scale Instruments. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 23(7). 
Dogan, E. & Hauger, J. (2016). Empirical and Procedural Validity Evidence in Development and Implementation of PARCC Assessments. In Lissitz, R. W. (Editor), The Next Generation of Testing: Common Core Standards, Smarter-Balanced, PARCC, and the Nationwide Testing Movement. Charlotte: Information Age Publishing Inc.
Dogan, E., Ogut, B. & Kim Y. (2015). Early Childhood Reading Skills and Proficiency in NAEP Eighth-Grade Reading Assessment. Applied Measurement in Education, 28(3), 187-201.
Dogan, E., & Circi, R. (2010). A blind item review process as a method to investigate invalid moderators of item difficulty in translated assessment items. In von Davier, and Hasted, D. (Eds.), IERA Monograph: Issues and Methodologies in Large-Scale Assessments, Vol 3. IEA-ETS Research Institute.
Dogan, E., &, Bandeira de Mello, V. (2011). Recent Performance Trends in Urban Districts: A Closer Look at 2009 NAEP TUDA Results. The Council of the Great City Schools. Washington, DC.
Dogan, E., & Tatsuoka, K. (2008). An international comparison using a diagnostic testing model: Turkish students' profile of mathematical skills on TIMSS-R. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 68,263-272.

Ed.D. Teachers College, Columbia University, 2006