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Rookey, T. Jerome – 1976
Intended as a simple, economical method of needs assessment, this model presents four primary tasks: goal definition, program assessment, needs identification, and decision-making. Each step is explained in detail and sample instruments, preplans, goals, and questionnaire items are given. The needs assessment concept is defined as a blending of…
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Decision Making, Educational Needs, Educational Objectives
Rookey, T. Jerome – 1975
The concept of needs and educational assessment is a blending of community participation and evaluation. There are four primary steps in this concept: goal definition, program assessment, needs identification, and decision making. This document offers a guideline model aimed at a simple, economical method of needs and educational assessment. It…
Descriptors: Community Involvement, Coordinators, Data Collection, Decision Making
Minkler, Elton D. – 1975
An educational program's quality and relevance can be guaranteed only if the needs of the students it serves are accommodated. To be certain that the program meets these needs, parents and students must be involved in its planning and implementation. One vehicle to achieve this goal is the parent advisory council. Prepared for the parents and…
Descriptors: Advisory Committees, Ancillary Services, Community Involvement, Educational Programs