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Document Number: 6481

Measuring Up on College-Level Learning - States spend millions sometimes billions of dollars each year on higher education, but have previously been unable to demonstrate to residents and taxpayers the effectiveness of their investments. This report examines how states can meaningfully and affordably measure learning at their postsecondary institutions, both for accountability purposes and to identify collective policy challenges that all institutions in a state can help address. (Margaret A. Miller and Peter T. Ewell, The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, October 2005)...

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