Planning for Higher Education Journal

Planning and the “Measurable Objective”

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From Volume 2 Number 3 | June 1973
By Ronald H. Miller

Accountability increasingly is being required of America's institutions of higher education. But how best to meet that new demand? One institution, Gallaudet College, an institution for the deaf in Washington, D.C., feels it has found a solution in the use of "measurable objectives" in its program planning. The Gallaudet story is set forth in this article by Ronald H. Miller, project coordinator for the New York Regional Center for Life-Long Learning at Pace College and a member of the SCUP Editorial Advisory Committee.

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