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ERIC Number: ED265152
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1986-Jan-3
Pages: 36
Abstractor: N/A
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Evaluation of Master of Education Graduate Degree Programs.
Stolworthy, Reed L.
A follow-up study determined the adequacy of preparation provided by Washburn University's (Kansas) graduate programs as perceived by graduates of the programs. A total of 34 graduates from the summer of 1984 through the summer of 1985 answered questionnaires on their opinions about graduate programs in Administration, Curriculum and Instruction, and Reading. Questionnaire items related to graduates' perceptions of: (1) adequacy of preparation relative to the Kansas State Department of Education objectives; (2) the overall quality of the graduate program; (3) rationale for selecting particular graduate programs; and (4) problems experienced during the process of completing the graduate program. Results are presented in 20 tables and discussed. In general, graduates from the reading degree program rated it as very or exceedingly adequate, while most graduates of the curriculum and instruction program rated it as adequate. The majority of graduates from the administration program rated it as adequate or very adequate. Weaknesses and problems within each program are identified. (CB)
Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative
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Language: English
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