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Evaluating School Programs

Evaluating School Programs
An Educator's Guide

Third Edition
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November 2005 | 104 pages | Corwin
Updated from the bestselling second edition, this resource provides concise, yet comprehensive coverage of school programs evaluation in a highly usable format. Providing examples designed to help the reader develop competence and confidence in program evaluation, it takes the reader through the five tasks of school program evaluation:

o Focusing the evaluation

o Collecting information

o Organizing and analyzing information

o Reporting information

o Administering the evaluation

The author shows how to successfully manage the many logistical, budgetary, and scheduling problems encountered, and provides tips for dealing with school politics, ethical considerations, and interpersonal relations.

About the Authors
Introduction: The Purpose of This Guide and How to Use It
1. Why Evaluate Your School Programs?
2. Focusing the Evaluation
3. Collecting Information
4. Organizing and Analyzing Information
5. Reporting Information
6. Administering the Evaluation
Resource A: Annotated Bibliography on Program Evaluation
Resource B: Evaluation-Related Web Sites
Resource C: Taxonomy of Cognitive Objectives
Resource D: Standards for Program Evaluations

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Chapter 1

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