The Evaluation of Change in Programs of In-Service Education
by Virgil E. Herrick — 1957
Most programs of in-service education in schools exist for the dual purpose of helping the members of the staff become more competent to deal with their professional roles as teachers and administrators and of improving the quality of the educational program of the school system. It follows, therefore, that the evaluation of change in programs of in-service education should consider the nature and quality of changes in people as individuals and as professional persons and the nature and quality of the changes made in the educational program itself.
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