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Lumina Foundation Report: “New Ways to Measure Student Learning”

From the Lumina Foundation

What exactly are our students learning — and what should they be learning? What knowledge, skills and other competencies must they have so they can thrive? How can we better measure the “value-added” capabilities of a college or university? How can we make sure that credits, degrees and credentials actually represent what students know and are able to do? This issue of Lumina Foundation Focus tackles those questions head-on, showing what is happening at several institutions that are working to make student learning Job 1.

Continued at: http://focus.luminafoundation.org/

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