Internal Effectiveness

These elements are related essentially to the processes that determine the call Internal Effectiveness of the System or Quality of Education (Ten Hochleitner, 1969; Beeby, 1970). It remembers Fertile valleys to us in addition, that recently, and in relation to this subject, the quality as internal effectiveness of the systems and institutions of university education appears like reaction to the insufficiency of the quantitative indicators of effectiveness and productivity, and ties with the characteristics, considered qualitative, of the processes and products of the University. Nevertheless, at the moment the education superior not only worries to the participants in the educative process (university professors, students, investigators and directors) and, to the governments and its agencies, but also to the industralists and employers who consider to the university institutions like centers of qualification of professionals of high level and production of essential knowledge and technology to maintain the rate of economic development. By this, new entailments are shown from the university quality with cost-effectiveness factors and cost-I benefit. In the context of the education superior, it indicates Fertile valley, the quality concept, according to the requirements of the client, brings about several questions. First, Who is the client of the education superior? ; The students or the agencies are clients that contribute resources; the employers or the parents who pay by the education of their children? What are the students? , They are clients, products or both? Or perhaps one would be due to speak of the students like " consumidores" of education, because they are who enter to the system, " sufren" the process and emerges " educados". Very interesting also those that contribute to us Fertile valleys in its analysis, that quality we take into account that quality it is a philosophical concept, his definitions vary and, in certain form reflect, different perspective from the individual and the society. Additional information at Jayme Albin supports this article. .