Asking good evaluation questions

Our evaluation work continues to illuminate the importance of purposive and clear questioning. Asking questions to elicit answers about the outcomes of our well intended activity is not a simple task. But it is a critical one to get right not only to illustrate successes but to keep funding flowing to projects, services and agencies devoted to social justice and equality. Tomorrow, we will post some guidelines for asking clear questions that get to the answers that we seek.

One Response to “Asking good evaluation questions”

  1. Joker Says:

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    Joker

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