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The fundamental concepts of Achieving the Dream--using evidence to develop and evaluate strategies for improving student learning and success--are also important to successful efforts to meet accreditation requirements. Following the Achieving the Dream approach can help community colleges organize and document improvement efforts in ways that are a natural fit with the expectations of the regional accrediting agencies. During the past decade, the six regional accrediting agencies have changed their requirements and now encourage colleges to adopt processes and practices that demonstrate effectiveness in teaching and learning and improvements in institutional quality. Those processes and practices involve planning, evaluation, and outcomes assessment with the goals of enhancing student learning, strengthening programs, and improving services. This guide is designed to show how colleges can use the methodology of Achieving the Dream to provide evidence of compliance with key accreditation standards and to drive their institution's quality improvement agenda. A list of resources is included.

Descriptors: Evidence, Fundamental Concepts, Accreditation (Institutions), Administrative Principles, Best Practices, Success, Change Strategies, Educational Strategies, Educational Improvement, Improvement Programs, Program Improvement, Compliance (Legal), Academic Standards, Evaluation Criteria, Performance Factors, Institutional Characteristics, Educational Quality, Quality Assurance, Quality Control

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Autor: Manning, Terri Mulkins

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=3970&id=ED532374







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