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Slow Progress on Public Reporting of Colleges’ Learning Outcomes

From Inside Higher Ed

A report released today finds that colleges are sharing more information with the public about their efforts to measure student learning, but that they are not presenting the information in easy-to-understand ways and are providing little evidence that they are using the results to change their teaching practices. The report is the latest by the National Institute for Learning Outcomes Assessment to examine how transparent colleges are being about their efforts to gauge how successfully they are educating their students.

Read more:  http://wp.me/p11BlP-JF

Read the report: http://www.learningoutcomeassessment.org/transparencyofevidence.htm

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