ERIC Number: ED082313
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Sep
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Assessing Concerns Affecting Education Program Decisions in Public School and Teacher Education. A Research Report.
Moses, Morgan C.; Hill, Harold G.
This study, the third in a series, is designed to assist both the public schools and the University in developing fast, efficient techniques for needs assessment, whereby the programs of both public education and higher education may be improved to meet the needs of the clientele that each serves. The first study, involving 46 school districts, was designed to determine the concerns of school personnel; the second study was devoted to the development of an instrument that could be used easily and effectively to assess the concerns of various populations within a single school district. The present study is directed toward the actual utilization of that instrument in two large school districts to assist those districts and the University in comparing the opinions of various populations of the local community and University in relation to specific concerns related to the educational program. The study reflects the opinions of the populations surveyed and identifies the areas of agreement. (Author/JF)
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Authoring Institution: Stephen F. Austin State Univ., Nacogdoches, TX.