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In order to meet our mission of giving access to a quality, outcome-based education to each and everyone, we felt it was important to enhance our program offerings and grow into the online education revolution," says Ernesto Perez, President & CEO of Dade Medical College.
Outcome-based education (OBE) began in the 1980s and grew in-popularity in the 1990s (Spady, 1988; Harden, Crosby, Davis, & Friedman, 1999).
1994, Outcome-based education and accountability, Education and Urban Society, 26(4), pp.
President Clinton gave this abomination a name with the introduction of Goals 2000, the aggressive promotion of outcome-based education.
Finally, because TQM is a process designed to make continual improvement a fact of organizational life, it has been natural to attempt to contrast it with other "improvement" strategies such as Outcome-Based Education, Effective Schools, Accelerated Schools, and Essential Schools.
Performance Tasks: As in outcome-based education, the tasks and performance requirements are publicly stated and clearly identified.
At least some understanding of this definition is implicit in discussions of such techniques as direct instruction, outcome-based education and, most obviously, curriculum-based assessment.
Some are good, and plans for increased academic excellence, total quality management, outcome-based education, site-based management, and others all have supporters and claims for effectiveness.