Quality in Primary and Secondary Education
Quality in Education on ASQTV™
Why Quality in Education?
We are all interested in quality in education. The future of our country and the world depends on our children and college students receiving the best instruction.
Using the framework of quality in our school districts, we can design roadmaps for continuous improvement. When educators understand what continuous improvement is all about, they gain confidence that they can shape and alter the nature of their schools. Change is possible!
ASQ Integrates Quality and Social Responsibility in Primary, Secondary, and Higher Education (PDF, 250 KB)
SR and quality tools strengthen your triple bottom line — social, economic, and environmental. Leverage them to help your students, your employees, and your institution as a whole.
- Making the Case for Quality
- Case Studies
- Share Your Knowledge
- Education Division
- Common Issues in Quality
- Free Education Newsletters
- Quality tools for teachers
- STEM Education and Careers Resources Page
New ASQ/Harris Study Says
U.S. K-12 teachers get high marks for science smarts, but their grade drops significantly when it comes to connecting learning to STEM career options based on a new survey conducted online by Harris Interactive® on behalf of ASQ (American Society for Quality). During National Engineers Week, February 14–20, ASQ invites K-12 educators to bring an ASQ engineer into the classroom to promote engineering as a career. Educators can contact ASQ at 800-248-1946 to find an engineer volunteer in their area to speak to students.
Free "Real World of Engineering" Webinar for Kids and Parents
In an effort to change this career trend, ASQ created a webinar to show kids and parents what you can do as an engineer. It's cooler than you know!
No Child Left Behind Act
The federal No Child Left Behind Act requires all states to:
- Set high standards of achievement.
- Create a foundation of teaching methods that work.
- Create a system of accountability to measure results.
ASQ can help you meet these requirements and improve the quality of education in your district or school.