Hayes, Maurice B.; Newsome-Hales, Yvonne L.
June 1978
Education;Summer78, Vol. 98 Issue 4
Academic Journal
Discusses a practical approach to academic program planning and evaluation based on student needs and social utility. Fundamental characteristics of academic program planning and evaluation processes which are desirable; Identification of students needs through assessment of the learning-teaching process; Selection of appropriate academic programs to meet student needs.


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