Hongli Li, Ph.D.
Georgia State University
Department of Educational Policy Studies
PO Box 3977
Atlanta, GA 30302-3977
Dr. Hongli Li is a Co-Investigator for CSAL. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Policy Studies at Georgia State University. She graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in 2011 with a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology specializing in Educational Measurement. Her primary research areas are applied measurement and quantitative methods in education. In particular, she is interested in how testing influences teaching and learning (cognitive diagnostic modeling and formative assessment), test accommodations for English language learners and special populations, and assessment of reading comprehension. Her articles have appeared in refereed journals such as Applied Psychological Measurement, Applied Measurement in Education, Educational Assessment, Educational Research and Evaluation, Language Testing, and Language Assessment Quarterly. At Georgia State University, she teaches Quantitative Methods and Analysis I, Educational Measurement, Structural Equation Modeling, and Hierarchical Linear Modeling. She is expected to contribute to the CSAL Project in the area of instrument development, instrument evaluation, and statistical analysis of data.