Outcome-Based Evaluation

Outcome-Based Evaluation

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Outcome-based evaluation continues to play a central role in the larger field of policy analysis and speaks to the needs and interests of is trators, students, policymakers, funders, consumers, and educators. In this revised text, the author broadens the coverage from his previous emphasis on developmental disabilities to include other areas of human and social service delivery such as education, health, mental health, aging, substance abuse, and corrections.Its primary uses in outcome-based evaluation are to: (1) compare the programa#39;s goals with its achieved outcomes; (2) report the ... For example, the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 requires agencies to articulate goals and report results and outcomes achieved; similarly, the National Performance Review Initiatives focus on the establishment of customer service standards and theanbsp;...


Title:Outcome-Based Evaluation
Author: Robert L. Schalock
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2001
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