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ERIC Number: ED041048
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Mar
Pages: 9
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Evaluation: A Relationship of Knowledge, Skills and Values.
Lewis, Leslie
Some of the major principles of the evaluation process are analyzed to provide a better understanding of the basic requirements for any type of evaluation in educational programs in schools. Of major concern is the role of a given value system in the establishment of goals and in the subsequent assessment of their attainment. Through an awareness of these value systems, the individuals involved in the educational process can form a productive coalition. A common value standard permits the individual to draw a more meaningful relationship between goals and strategies for change, and the information generated becomes part of the evaluative process. (PR)
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Note: From symposium "An Interdisciplinary Look at Evaluation" (Joint annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association and National Council on Measurement in Education, Minneapolis, March, 1970)