This article describes a small study conducted within the School of Education as part of its internal and external reviews of the undergraduate and graduate programs. Using data collected from teaching faculty self-reports, archival information, surveys, and focus groups, the findings are presented. Although the UNBC School of Education does perform well based on reports from a variety of stakeholders, the internal and external review information will assist the School in strengthening both undergraduate and graduate programs.
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"Programmatic Navel Gazing: One School of Education’s Experiences of a Comprehensive Review,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 9
, Article 9.