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Developing standards to evaluate vocational education and training programmes

@inproceedings{Preston2004DevelopingST,
  title={Developing standards to evaluate vocational education and training programmes},
  author={John Preston and Evelyn Viertel and S{\o}ren Poul Nielsen and David L. Parkes},
  year={2004}
}
There have been numerous attempts in evaluation research to develop guidelines and standards. The best known are the US standards for program evaluation, established by the Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluations (JC). These standards originated in the school and university sector. Some illustrative examples relate explicitly to the area of initial and continuing vocational training. The goal of the study was to assess the transferability of US standards or the derivative… 
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