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eBook Quality and Accountability in Higher Education: Improving Policy, Enhancing Performance ePub

by Kimberely Bingham Hall,E. Grady Bogue

  • ISBN: 0897898834
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: Kimberely Bingham Hall,E. Grady Bogue
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Praeger (February 28, 2003)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1860 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1610 kb
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The authors, E. Grady Bogue and Kimberely Bingham Hall, examine the theories of quality, including goal achievement . They also recommend a set of policy principles for improving their integration and effectiveness.

The authors, E. Grady Bogue and Kimberely Bingham Hall, examine the theories of quality, including goal achievement, outcomes, value-added impacts, and reputation. Bogue and Hall assert that quality cannot exist without integrity in personnel, policies, and programs.

Bogue is now Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Tennessee and co-author Kimberely B. Hall is Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at South College in Knoxville, Tennessee. As academic administrators, the authors of both books have focused above all on leadership as hallmark, arbiter, essential determinant, of quality in higher education.

Elected officials, members of the higher education system, and stakeholders all must work in partnership with one another to carry out their respective roles.

Elected officials, members of the higher education system, and stakeholders all must work in partnership with one another to carry out their respective roles. The report also highlights public trust and its import as it relates to policymaking and higher education. Mary Catharine Lennon.

Bogue, E. Grady (Ernest Grady), 1935-. Publication, Distribution, et. Westport, Conn. Personal Name: Hall, Kimberely Bingham. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Grady Bogue, Kimberely Bingham Hall. This comprehensive volume clarifies the historical, technical, and philosophical details present in the various quality assurance theories and policy systems of the American higher education system. The authors, E. Grady Bogue and Kimberely Bingham Hall,examine the theories of quality, including goal achievement, outcomes, value-added impacts, and reputation

by E. Grady Bogue, Kimberely Bingham Hall. ISBN 9780897898836 (978-0-89789-883-6) Hardcover, Praeger, 2003.

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Education Commission of the States. Transforming the State Role in Improving Undergraduate Education: Time for a Different View. Denver, CO: ECS, 1986.

Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003. Performance Incentives for State Colleges. Burke, J. and associates. Funding Public Colleges and Universities for Performance. Albany: The Rockefeller Institute Press, 2002. Education Commission of the States. El-Khawas, E. Campus Trends 1992.

This comprehensive volume clarifies the historical, technical, and philosophical details present in the various quality assurance theories and policy systems of the American higher education system. The authors, E. Grady Bogue and Kimberely Bingham Hall, examine the theories of quality, including goal achievement, outcomes, value-added impacts, and reputation. They trace the philosophical heritage and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of quality assurance policy systems such as accreditation, rankings and ratings, outcomes, licensure, program reviews, follow-up studies, and total quality management. They also recommend a set of policy principles for improving their integration and effectiveness.

Besides offering the details of policy systems for defining, developing, and demonstrating quality, this work also delves into the moral and ethical issues inherent in quality measures of higher education institutions. Bogue and Hall assert that quality cannot exist without integrity in personnel, policies, and programs. Political and academic officers must work together more closely in order to design appropriate collegiate accountability systems. Administrators, professors, and government leaders would all benefit from this thorough analysis of past and present quality assurance programs and the subsequent recommendations for future policies.