Quality assurance in social work education: A comparison of outcome assessments across the continuum
Although assessing program outcomes has become increasingly important in higher education, no systematic research has been undertaken to determine the outcome measurement systems used across the entire continuum of social work education. This study, based on a 1992 survey of more than 150 baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral social work education programs, is the first to provide substantive data about the types of assessment systems in place at all three levels. It describes the frequency of use of various systems, makes comparisons across the levels of education, and discusses the implications for social work education at each level.
School of Social Work
Hull Jr, Grafton H., Jannah Hurn Mather, Patricia M. Christopherson, and Charles M. Young. "Quality assurance in social work education: A comparison of outcome assessments across the continuum." Journal of Social Work Education 30, no. 3 (1994): 388-396.
Journal of Social Work Education