Summary of Key Informant Interviews on Quality Assurance Now Available Online

Over the past year, Essential Skills Ontario, in collaboration with provincial and territorial literacy coalitions, as well as other organizations, has been discussing Quality Assurance (QA) models and the possibility of applying these models to literacy and essential skills programming. As part of a larger project on Quality Assurance (QA) funded by the Government of Canada’s Adult Learning, Literacy and Essential Skills Program, a series of interviews were conducted to gain a deeper understanding of the different perspectives on QA for literacy and essential skills field. Quality Assurance Initiatives in Literacy and Essential Skills: A Pan-Canadian Perspective Summary of Key Informant Interviews, now available online, provides a summary of these key informant interviews. To read our background paper, Quality Assurance in Literacy and Essential Skills: Possible Approaches and to learn more about Quality Assurance, please click here.

News Date:
Thursday, January 8, 2015

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