Improving Educational Quality: A Global Perspective (Hardback)
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Improving Educational Quality: A Global Perspective (Hardback)

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Hardback 331 Pages / Published: 20/03/1990
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The challenge facing the education system in many countries of meeting demands for higher quality public education within increasingly severe national economic and fiscal constraints is the subject of this collection of essays by eleven outstanding educational practitioners. The book examines national level strategy for improving the quality of education. It identifies and analyzes key interventions to improve educational quality. Strategies for selecting among these interventions are discussed and the major issues encountered in implementing the interventions are analyzed. A major argument of the book is that a systems approach offers the most effective and efficient intervention for improving education quality but only when sufficient attention is paid to the motivation, knowledge, and behavior of the individuals within those systems on whose actions success of any intervention ultimately depends. Part I, Improving Educational Quality, contains five chapters and provides a general framework for formulating interventions to improve educational quality. Included here are discussions of investments that lead to student achievement, the use of efficiency as a criterion to judge the effects of education investments, ways instructional systems models enhance efficiency and educational quality, and the role played by donors. The nine chapters that compose Part II, Issues in Implementing Quality Improvement Programs, discuss a series of issues more specifically concerned with program implementation. These are organized in three categories: (1) the teacher's role in quality improvement; (2) monitoring, evaluation, and data management; and (3) instructional delivery. While the volume is written to assist instructional designers, program planners, administrators, evaluators, and supervisory personnel, it has wide application as a text for graduate students preparing for these types of positions.

Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9780313266232
Number of pages: 331
Weight: 642 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 19 mm


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"A thoughtful collection of strategies and interventions for improving the quality of education. Editors Chapman and Carrier have collected 14 separate works that offer a global perspective of those principles that have a wide application for both industrialized and developing countries.' The book has two basic parts. Part 1 deals with Improving Educational Quality' and Part 2 with the Issues in Implementing Quality Improvement Programs.' Chapters 1 through 5 offer a general framework for formulating educational interventions for quality improvement and suggest educational investments for student achievement through efficient use of instructional systems models. Part 2, Chapters 6 through 14, discusses those issues more specifically concerned with program implementation. There are three categories addressed in this discussion: the teacher's role in quality improvement; monitoring, evaluation, and data management; and instructional delivery. This excellently edited text is welcome at a time when information is required to better understand the kinds of designs and programmatic changes needed in education. Upper-division undergraduates and above."-Choice
?A thoughtful collection of strategies and interventions for improving the quality of education. Editors Chapman and Carrier have collected 14 separate works that offer a global perspective of those principles that have a wide application for both industrialized and developing countries.' The book has two basic parts. Part 1 deals with Improving Educational Quality' and Part 2 with the Issues in Implementing Quality Improvement Programs.' Chapters 1 through 5 offer a general framework for formulating educational interventions for quality improvement and suggest educational investments for student achievement through efficient use of instructional systems models. Part 2, Chapters 6 through 14, discusses those issues more specifically concerned with program implementation. There are three categories addressed in this discussion: the teacher's role in quality improvement; monitoring, evaluation, and data management; and instructional delivery. This excellently edited text is welcome at a time when information is required to better understand the kinds of designs and programmatic changes needed in education. Upper-division undergraduates and above.?-Choice

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