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ERIC Number: ED073243
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Oct
Pages: 108
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Central Kentucky Vocational Education Evaluation Project. Final Report.
Kentucky Research Coordinating Unit, Lexington.
The objectives of this project were four-fold: (1) to identify new or improved procedures for assisting schools in conducting program evaluation, (2) to test and demonstrate evaluation procedures to determine whether the secondary and post-secondary programs of vocational education in Central Kentucky are fulfilling the stated objectives, (3) to develop state and local leadership competencies needed for evaluating programs of vocational education, and (4) to help local personnel become proficient in identifying needs and in using correct prescriptive techniques for assessing deficiencies. Though the attention was focused on local leadership and evaluative problems, it was the intent that the procedures developed would be used by all regions of the state. The systematic steps for the operation of the Vocational Education Evaluation Project (VEEP) were the following: (1) Needs assessment, (2) Philosophy development, (3) Formulation of objectives (4) Statement of criterion, (5) Data collection, (6) Data analysis, (7) Formulation of recommendations, and (8) Decision-making. Workshops, conferences and progress review meetings were held for participants. Findings, recommendations, and conclusions are included. (Author/SN)
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Authoring Institution: Kentucky Research Coordinating Unit, Lexington.
Identifiers - Location: Kentucky