A research-supported discussion of the importance of identifying the mission, goals, and objectives of a program before gathering program evaluation data.

 

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  • A research-supported discussion of the importance of identifying the mission, goals, and objectives of a program before gathering program evaluation data.
  • A discussion of the research theory and process involved in developing performance indicators for a program.
  • A discussion of the theory and process involved in developing questions to guide the design of a program evaluation plan.
  • A research-based rationale for the selection of tools for forecasting potential changes to the program, including projected changes in technology, agency clientele, and future opportunities and obstacles that face the future of the organization.

 

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