Validating national curriculum indicators
It is also completed with the presentation of results ofthe workshop.Besides the adoption of proposed programs,participants from various poles made proposals.The Mechatronics pole on its part thought it wise to introduce the end methodology element at the Doctorate 1 level or even probability and stochastic processes at the D1 level.It further proposed that the research fronts meet the needs of the realities of the country.
We all realize schools large and small, rural and urban, need student data tracking systems.We worked with two Idaho districts to assess the EWS indicators’ validity in predicting dropout rates in rural and suburban settings.The full results of our efforts were reported in the NASSP Bulletin, but essentially, we found that the National High School Center’s EWS indicators identified nearly all of the students who later dropped out of high school using the same decision rules as had been established by the research conducted in larger, urban settings.Examine the programmes in general, review the curriculum offered to start the ACE-ICT and examine research policy; these are the tasks that brought participants together for two days.
Reflections were initiated during the first day with a presentation of ACE-ICT made by the coordinator, Prof. He stressed the partnership nature of this vast project initiated by the World Bank and the “results-based financing” procedure of the project in particular.Mathematics appendix 1 does not appear in the website.