Reviews three types of benchmarking activities -- performance, diagnostic, and process -- and assesses their value in raising accountability in a new culture of inquiry emphasizing meaningful analysis of data on student learning and progress.
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Title: Data Don't Drive: Building a Practitioner-Driven Culture of Inquiry to Assess Community College Performance
Publication date 2005-12-31
Publication Year 2005
Alicia C. Dowd
North America / United States
, student outcomes
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