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Duckett, Willard R., Ed. – 1980
The wide variety of contexts in which good teaching takes place, a desirable circumstance from most points of view, creates problems, not the least of which is evaluation. Systematic observation is one measurement procedure that can provide some of the data essential to reliable observation. The fourteenth National Symposium for Professionals in…
Descriptors: Classroom Observation Techniques, Elementary Secondary Education, Evaluation Criteria, Evaluation Methods
Heyneman, Stephen P., Ed.; White, Daphne Siev, Ed. – 1986
Recent research findings on the economic implications of investments in the quality of education are examined in this report. "The Quality of Education and Economic Growth: A Review of Literature" (Lewis C. Solmon) reviews evidence on ways to develop educational policy that would stimulate economic growth in developing countries. "School Quality…
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Economic Development, Economic Progress, Educational Economics