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On the Impact of the Dutch Educational Supervision Act: Analyzing Assumptions Concerning the Inspection of Primary Education

Ehren, M. C. M., Leeuw, F. L. & Scheerens, J., 2001, In : American Journal of Evaluation. 26, 1, p. 60 1 p.

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APA

Ehren, M. C. M., Leeuw, F. L., & Scheerens, J. (2001). On the Impact of the Dutch Educational Supervision Act: Analyzing Assumptions Concerning the Inspection of Primary Education. American Journal of Evaluation, 26(1), 60.

Author

Ehren, Melanie C. M. ; Leeuw, Frans L. ; Scheerens, Jaap. / On the Impact of the Dutch Educational Supervision Act : Analyzing Assumptions Concerning the Inspection of Primary Education. In: American Journal of Evaluation. 2001 ; Vol. 26, No. 1. pp. 60.

Harvard

Ehren, MCM, Leeuw, FL & Scheerens, J 2001, 'On the Impact of the Dutch Educational Supervision Act: Analyzing Assumptions Concerning the Inspection of Primary Education', American Journal of Evaluation, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 60.

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On the Impact of the Dutch Educational Supervision Act : Analyzing Assumptions Concerning the Inspection of Primary Education. / Ehren, Melanie C. M.; Leeuw, Frans L.; Scheerens, Jaap.

In: American Journal of Evaluation, Vol. 26, No. 1, 2001, p. 60.

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Vancouver

Ehren MCM, Leeuw FL, Scheerens J. On the Impact of the Dutch Educational Supervision Act: Analyzing Assumptions Concerning the Inspection of Primary Education. American Journal of Evaluation. 2001;26(1):60.


BibTeX

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abstract = "This article uses a policy scientific approach to reconstruct assumptions underlying the Dutch Educational Supervision Act.We showan example of howto reconstruct and evaluate a program theory that is based on legislation of inspection. The assumptions explain how inspection leads to school improvement. Evaluation of these assumptions is used to predict the (in)effectiveness of this legislation. The article concludes by discussing the advantages and drawbacks of this kind of approach as a starting point for impact and effect studies. As the program theory of inspection includes elements common to other kinds of educational interventions and reforms, these elements can also be considered for other types of program theory.",
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RIS

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