Methods of evaluating quality of instruction in Indian schools .: R5-231/1983-3E-PDF
"At the moment there are no agreed set of indicators or measures of quality of instruction for Indian students. Without some consistently collected indicators of student academic achievement it is meaningless to talk of measuring the effectiveness of education programs. However, there is little or no consensus as to what these measures should be nor how they should be made."--Introduction.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. |
Evaluation and Strategic Management Associates Ltd.
|Title||Methods of evaluating quality of instruction in Indian schools .|
|Variant title||Indian education project volume 3 : methods of evaluating quality of instruction in Indian schools|
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|Note(s)|| "April 12, 1983." |
Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
|Publishing information||Ottawa : Evaluation and Strategic Management Associates Ltd., 1983.|
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|Subject terms||Indians, Education, Assessment|
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