January 21, 2014
Colleges Measure Learning in More Ways, but Seldom Share Results
Colleges have increased the number of ways they assess their students' learning, but their use of the data to inform changes in curriculum has not kept pace, according to a report released on Tuesday.
The trends of the past four years are going "in the right direction," said George D. Kuh, a professor emeritus at Indiana University at Bloomington's School of Education, who is lead author of the
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