Assessment is a tool for educators to use in measuring the effectiveness of practices, using the feedback for future planning, and building accountability into the system.
To begin with, there are four things that educational leaders can do to build more accountability in the education system and manage for results.
To promote accountability at the state level, departments of education can:
In working towards increased accountability at the local level, school districts have found the following approaches useful:
In this Module:
In the Toolkit:
|Toolkit Home Page||Why Change?||Why Technology?|
|Planning||Policy||Curriculum and Assessment|
|Community Involvement||Facility Planning||Funding|
|Prof'l and Ldrship Development|