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Following that report, two AACU publications, Our Students’ Best Work: A Framework of Accountability Worthy of Our Mission () and Liberal Education Outcomes: A Preliminary Report on Student Achievement in College (), reinforce that departments and faculty are expected to be given the primary responsibility to define and assess the outcomes of the liberal arts education experience. ’’ (Linkon, ). Many faculty believe that the internal accountability measures already in place within academia (tenure and peer review processes) sufficiently assess quality.

S. Doctoral Education (Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, a), reviews select national programs designed to increase the number of doctoral candidates of color.  EMERGING CRITERIA AND NEW MODELS FOR ASSESSING DOCTORAL PROGRAMS Current Initiative Efforts in Doctoral Assessment Research and assessment of doctoral education gained momentum over the last decade, and the future appears to be continuing at the same pace or to be gaining steam. Currently, a number of significant initiatives are under way to improve aspects of doctoral education.

P. ) The predominant focus on external accountability and internal assessment for improvement in higher education has been at the undergraduate level. But, with the increased visibility of the many external and internal agents surrounding higher education assessment and the concerns voiced about our ability to compete in the global economy, issues have been raised in particular about the quality of doctoral education. s; narrow training; emphasis on research over teaching; CHANGING OUR THINKING ABOUT ASSESSMENT AT THE DOCTORAL LEVEL  use of students to meet institutional needs at the expense of sound education; and insufficient mentoring, career advising, and job placement assistance.

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