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Title: School-based evaluation to improve learner performance
Authors: Mathaba, Richard Siphamandla Ryan 
Dorasamy, Nirmala 
Keywords: Quality assurance;Inspectorate system;School evaluation;Evolution of program evaluation
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Business Perspectives
Source: Mathaba, R.S.R. and Dorasamy, N. 2016. School-based evaluation to improve learner performance. Environmental Economics. 7(1): 60-66.
Abstract: The article focuses on the periods of program and school evaluation in particular. The article traces school evaluation through various periods. These periods are: Age of originality (1444-1700), Age of reform (Prior 1900), Efficiency and testing (1900-1930), Tylerian period (1930-1945), Age of innocence (1946-1957), Age of development (1958-1972), Age of professionalism (1973-1983) and Age of expansion and integration (1984-2000). From these ages, the article is able to identify as to how Whole-school Evaluation in South Africa has been able to draw important lessons towards ensuring quality assurance in education.
ISSN: 1998-6041 (print)
1998-605X (online)
Appears in Collections:Research Publications (Management Sciences)

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