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Accountability in Its Many Forms

Assessment Institutional Culture

Accountability in Its Many Forms

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Calls for accountability in higher education have been heard for a number of years, with some of the first salvos being concerned with student learning and continual faculty productivity, the latter of which led to many institutions approving new policies on post-tenure review. There seemed to be a disconnect between what was perceived externally and higher education’s inability to clearly articulate what it does, how faculty spend their time, how we measure ourselves, and what impact we have on the lives of our students.

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