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University of Connecticut Neag School of Education Office of Assessment

Neag Assessment Committee

What is new with the Neag School of Education Assessment Committee? You can find the membership, agendas, and minutes related to this academic year below. Also posted is the Neag School of Education Assessment Plans over the years. For previous years, check out the archives.

Overview

General Charge: The Neag Assessment Committee helps develop, implement, and refine the Neag Assessment Plan so that we ensure a participatory model across all departments and programs. Outcomes of this process may include the development of instruments and protocols, the implementation of assessment designs, the analyses of data, and feedback on assessment initiatives.

Make-up: About 25 members. Two to three faculty from each of five departments; up to three students from each of five departments; two to three individuals to represent the teacher education program.

Priorities

Membership

Reference Materials

Committee Work