Improving Perkins II Performance Measures and Standards: Lessons Learned from Early Implementers in Four States

B. M. Stecher, L. M. Hanser, B. Hallmark, M. L. Rahn, K. Levesque, E. G. Hoachlander, D. Emanuel, S. G. Klein

This study is one of a series of investigations conducted by NCRVE relating to vocational education accountability and the implementation of these measures and standards. This particular study focuses on the effects of the performance measures and standards on state vocational education agencies, local programs, and the relationships between them. The findings should be of interest to federal policymakers considering the reauthorization of the legislation, as well as local and state vocational educators looking for ways to improve the utility of their accountability systems.

MDS-732 / January 1995


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