2020-21 Clinton School Program Assessment Plan
In the 2020-21 academic year, the Clinton School assessed its achievement on Learning Goals #1 and #2.
Faculty submitted summary statistics for each course, which were used to calculate average scores for each Learning Outcome. The benchmark to meet was an average score of 80% for each outcome.
Student Learning Goal #1: Students will be proficient in the body of knowledge related to public service
• Learning Outcome 1.1 Students will be familiar with and make connections among the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends relevant to public service.
• Learning Outcome 1.2 Students will understand the complexities of public service work in local, regional, national, and international contexts.
Student Learning Goal #2: Students will facilitate participatory social change that advances social and economic justice
• Learning Outcome 2.1 Students will identify, develop, and/or mobilize resources (e.g., human, social, economic, political, physical, civic, etc.) to facilitate social change.
• Learning Outcome 2.2 Students will understand social change models and how to apply them appropriately.
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