ERIC Number: ED081791
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Reference Count: 0
Evaluation Guidelines for Multicultural/Multiracial Education. Designed Primarily for Secondary Schools.
National Study of School Evaluation, Arlington, VA.
These guidelines, designed for voluntary, optional use by schools, are intended to aid the school in collecting data for self-evaluation or external team evaluation of its program of multicultural/multiracial education. The three pivotal points of the evaluation are: (1) the characteristics of the school and its community, (2) the schools general philosophy and objectives, and (3) the specific commitments the school has made to educating its young people for a pluralistic society. The chapters of the guide are: I. Fundamental Commitments; II. The School and Community Setting; III. The Central Office Context; IV. School Structure Relating to Multicultural/Multiracial Education; V. The Educational Program; VI. Studet Personnel Services; VII. Process of Involvement and Decision-Making in Multicultural/Multiracial Education; VIII. Change and Improvement in Multicultural/Multiracial Education; and IX. Evaluation of the School's Efforts Towards Multicultural/Multiracial Education. Each of the chapters contains evaluation questions. Provided as addenda to the guide are the Student Opinionnaire: A Short-Form Survey Instrument, and the Teacher Opinionnaire: A Short-Form Survey Instrument. (DB)
Descriptors: Cultural Education, Educational Philosophy, Evaluation Criteria, Evaluation Methods, Guides, Program Evaluation, Questionnaires, Racial Attitudes, Secondary Education, Self Evaluation, Social Development
National Study of Schools Evaluation, 2201 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia 22201 (no price quoted)
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Authoring Institution: National Study of School Evaluation, Arlington, VA.