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Learning and Value

Check out this interesting article regarding President Obama’s renewed plan for holding colleges and universities accountable. Assessment continues to grow. Here’s an excerpt:

“Learning becomes cumulative when the faculty (a collective noun) acts collectively to ensure that all coursework and majors share, reinforce and appropriately assess higher learning, a process that intentionally progresses each year in complexity, adequacy, and sophistication.”

Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/views/2013/08/27/obamas-value-plan-leaves-out-student-learning-essay#ixzz2dT21iOqe 

Inside Higher Ed 



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