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ERIC Number: ED074094
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Feb
Pages: 14
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Changes in School Management's Needs for Evaluation Information.
Brown, Edward K.
The sequence that the decisions of school management follow is discussed. This sequence follows four major steps: procedural, continuance, dissemination, and reallocation. Each of these steps is directly related to: (1) planned instructional activities, (2) on-going program and administrative practices, and (3) overlapping conditions between newly implemented and existing programs. To assist school management in developing, implementing, and sustaining instructional programs that have merit, research and evaluation units are responsible for providing data that are essential to making decisions regarding instructional programs. It is suggested that the best method for ascertaining what (and when) the decision mechanism and control system of a school system are would be to document those operational steps that encompass the development and implementation of an instructional program. (DB)
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Note: Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, February 1973