ERIC Number: ED085774
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Oct-25
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Accountability: Who's Accountable to Whom?
Ratliffe, Sharon A.
Members of the speech education profession must meet the challenge of educational accountability. In accord with the leadership of the Speech Communication Association, teachers should develop internal accountability to ward off externally enforced accountability terms. State speech associations should support the work of the national organization. By working together, speech teachers can support the ideal that "speech communication is central to human existence; central to human learning; central to education." (DS)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Accountability, Behavioral Objectives, Communication Skills, Curriculum Design, Evaluation, Evaluation Criteria, Professional Associations, Relevance (Education), Speech Curriculum, Speech Education, Student Motivation, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Effectiveness, Teaching Methods
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Note: Paper presented at the meeting of the Nebraska Speech Association October 25, 1973