Darlene brings experience from her work in the corporate world and in a non-profit research organization. Her research centers on the study of learning in organizational settings, investigating the role of program evaluation in affecting change in individuals, groups and organizations, and issues related to ethical decision-making in program evaluation and organizations. Darlene Russ-Eft, Ph. She teaches research and program evaluation courses in the Community College Leadership program doctoral and the Adult Education - Organization and Human Resource Education program masters.
Contacts and Resources
Contacts and Resources
Adult, community and continuing education means those educational services provided by boards of education, boards of cooperative educational services and vocational education extension boards primarily to individuals who are not on the regular day school register of a school district. Requirements for teachers. You must be recommended by a school district superintendent to receive an adult education certificate. It is suggested you contact your local district administrator for further information regarding these credentials.
Data, Monitoring & Evaluation
The Office of the Professions does not accept third-party evaluations of credentials. Applicants with international credentials must submit qualified translations, according to the criteria below. OP will perform its own evaluation, which is done solely to determine whether specific New York licensing requirements have been met. Translations and qualifications of translators are reviewed on an individual basis. The translation must be done by a properly qualified translator, submitted in the original, and be accompanied by a notarized Affidavit of Accuracy see below.
The National Reporting System NRS is the accountability system for federally funded, state-administered adult education programs. The assessment policy section of the document provides explanations of the state and local program responsibilities for assessment specific to the National Reporting System NRS and state requirements. The consistent and accurate administration and interpretation of assessments is necessary to ensure placement of learners in appropriate instructional levels that encourages retention, engagement, and gain.