The Effectiveness of Ten Years of Values Education: A Case Study of a Small, Private Comprehensive Institution

By Patricia B. Serotkin.

Published by The Learner Collection

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Discussion of a study measuring the degree to which values components of general education were perceived to have been assimilated after a ten year period.

Keywords: Values Education, Values Assimilation, General Education, Research in Values Education

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 9, pp.155-166. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.206MB).

Ms. Patricia B. Serotkin

Ms. Serotkin has served as a member of Saint Francis University’s administrative staff since 1983. As Vice President for Strategic Initiatives, she is responsible to the President for the leadership, development, and execution of all strategic initiatives, institutional planning, assessment, research and related activities. In her previous position of Director of Library and Information Services, which she held from 1986-2005, she was responsible for providing strategic leadership for the coordination and management of library/media services and information technology/academic computing resources, and for fostering the collaboration of students, faculty, and staff to facilitate the effective use of information services.


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