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ERIC Number: ED126006
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 105
Abstractor: N/A
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What Valid and Feasible Criteria Can be Used to Hold Educational Systems Accountable?
Reported are proceedings of a 1975 meeting of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges for Teacher Education at which educators questioned what valid and feasible criteria are available to test educational accountability. Four presentations are reprinted that focus on the following topics: accountability on the school district level; valid and feasible criteria that can measure the accountability of a teacher preparation program of a teacher education institution; valid and feasible criteria for judging the accountability of state departments of education in the areas of policy-making, decision-making, and implementation; and valid and feasible criteria for assessing the accountability for interaction between and recommendations from participants concerning the subjects of future discussions. (GW)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Note: Reprint of proceedings of the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (1st Spring Forum, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, April 14-15, 1975)