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Are We There Yet? Program Evaluation 101
3/21/2013 - 3/21/2013
The Partnershp for Families & Children
Denver, CO
Event Contact:
Sharlene Chiappetti
The Partnershp for Families & Children
Sponsoring Organization(s):
National Center for School Engagement
The Partnership for Families & Children
Additional Information:
How do you know if the program you are working so hard on is successful? Learn the basics of program evaluation including logic modeling and how to plan for an evaluation from the start. You will learn about the utility of process versus outcome evaluations; different methods for collecting data and when to use each; and the pitfalls to writing good survey questions. Finally, you’ll get a good start on designing a logic model for your program.

As part of a professional development series, this workshop is designed for nonprofit professionals, teachers, and school administrators.