Monitoring and Assessment in Community-Based Adult Literacy Programs in British Columbia, Phase 1 (Definition and Selection of Benchmarks) (2007)

A Report to the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education

This report was commissioned and funded by the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education. It is Phase I of a three-phased initiative for the BC Ministry of Advanced Education to develop benchmarks or measurement standards for community-based literacy programs in that province. Phase I recommends a province-wide system for monitoring and assessing the progress of adults in community-based literacy programs. Phase II will involve feld-testing the proposed benchmarks and reporting system. Phase III, envisioned for late 2008, will involve full implementation.

This report contains the following sections:
- Introduction
- A Value-Based Approach
- Domains and Benchmarks
- Tools
- Resources for Implementation
- Proposed Implemenation Process
- Recommendations
- Next Steps
- Appendices

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Sandy Middleton, Leona Gadsby and Cynthia Whitaker. Monitoring and Assessment in Community-Based Adult Literacy Programs in British Columbia, Phase 1 (Definition and Selection of Benchmarks) 2007. Web. 26 Nov. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/lbc/monitoring/monitoring.pdf>
Sandy Middleton, Leona Gadsby & Cynthia Whitaker (2007). Monitoring and Assessment in Community-Based Adult Literacy Programs in British Columbia, Phase 1 (Definition and Selection of Benchmarks). Retrieved November 26, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/lbc/monitoring/monitoring.pdf
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