The Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO)
HumRRO is an industry leader in developing best practice solutions exclusively for each and every client.
We are proud of our strong track record of working collaboratively with clients and other vendors. Our talented staff leverages their extensive knowledge and experience to develop targeted solutions that are used operationally and to conduct relevant research that informs policy. We are committed to understanding and meeting our clients’ needs and expectations, and developing a lasting partnership with them. Since we believe one size never fits all, we approach each problem by listening, learning, and then designing solutions to address our clients’ needs.
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Researchers at HumRRO have produced one of the first-ever, practitioner-oriented guides on developing situational judgment tests (SJTs). Drawing on scientific literature and their own extensive research and real-world experience developing and implementing SJTs in high-stakes assessment contexts for public [...]
For a profession that relies on data and applied research, Bethany Bynum, Ph.D., manager at HumRRO, may be proof-positive that you can make a huge impact in a short period of time in the industrial-organizational psychology field. For her [...]
HumRRO Vice President David Dorsey, Ph.D., had the honor of serving on the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Committee on Foreign Language Assessment and contributing to its recently published report, A Principled Approach to Language Assessment: Considerations [...]
Many states use assessments to qualify students’ promotion from one grade to the next. This practice is typically implemented between third grade and fourth grade to identify potential student learning gaps early, but some states, such as Georgia, require [...]
As students in the United States practice social distancing to curtail the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus, high school seniors are missing out on one of the rites of becoming an adult. Most will not get to march with [...]
In response to the growing number of K-12 public schools shifting to some sort of distance learning to slow the spread of the Covid-19 virus in the United States, the federal government began issuing waivers for the Every Student [...]