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View Resource Key Concepts in Evaluation: What Everyone Must Know

Evaluation is a science with a relatively short history. It became a distinctive field of professional social science practice in the late 1960?s (Patton 1982). There are many types and c...

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View Resource Evaluative Thinking in Organizations

Evaluative Thinking was defined by former REP partners who participated in the ETHOS project as a type of reflective practice that incorporated use of systematically collected data to inform...

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View Resource Board Members and Evaluation

Many years of participatory evaluation practice show that involvement of multiple stakeholders is beneficial. It is our steadfast belief that evaluators, funders, program providers and their board...

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View Resource Eco-Schools USA

Eco-Schools is an internationally acclaimed program that provides a framework to help educators integrate sustainable principles throughout their schools and curriculum.

http://www.nwf.org/ecoschools/
View Resource Sustaining Evaluative Thinking

Organizations use policies, usually written statements, to clarify their guiding principles, i.e., acceptable and unacceptable procedures. The development of specific, evaluation-related policies...

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