Program Evaluation, Particularly Responsive Evaluation

Part of the Evaluation in Education and Human Services book series (EEHS, volume 6)


I am pleased to have this opportunity to talk about some recent developments in the methodology of program evaluation and about what I call responsive evaluation.


Evaluation Study Program Evaluation Evaluation Report Program Staff Regular School 
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