Performance Accountability in Adult Basic Education

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This Study Circle guide was created by the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy (NCSALL) as part of the Practitioner Dissemination and Research Network (PDRN). The guide is part of NCSALL’s effort to help link research to practice in the field of adult basic education and adult literacy.

These study circle guides were designed to serve three purposes. To:
1) help staff developers and practitioners to organize and conduct study circles that help practitioners to read, discuss and use research to improve their practice;
2) generate recommendations and practical suggestions for other practitioners about how to translate research into practice; and
3) generate feedback and information for NCSALL staff and researchers about how research can be more helpful to those who work in adult literacy programs.

This guide provides step-by-step instructions to facilitate a multi-session study circle for practitioners on the topic of accountability. Practitioners will read and analyze research and discuss how to apply it in their classrooms and programs.

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