MANAGEMENT AND ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING RESULTS OF STUDENTS LAO CAI CITY, LAO CAI PROVINCE MEET EDUCATION INNOVATION REQUIREMENTS
Keywords:Assess learning outcomes, general education program, educational plan
Managing the assessment of student learning outcomes in secondary schools to meet the needs of educational innovation is the planned, purposeful and prescriptive influence of the administrative unit on assessment activities. Assessment of student learning outcomes in secondary schools to improve activity management efficiency, current status of activity management to assess student learning outcomes in secondary schools in Lao Cai City. There are some shortcomings that need to be improved to improve the quality of management efficiency. The proposed management action eliminates the aforementioned shortcomings.
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