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Document Number: 7157

Two Columns on Postsecondary Accountability - Should College Students Be Tested to Hold Institutions Accountable for Student Learning? discusses the need for accountabiliy at the postsecondary level and how Academic Learning Compacts will make Florida college degrees more meaningful and comparable. Colleges are looking at new ways to assess student learning and institutional effectiveness discusses why an NCLB-like approach to postsecondary accountability is not appropriate, proposing instead the Collegiate Learning Assessment. (Steve Uhlfelder and Stephen Klein, Council for Aid to Education, 2006) ...


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