chapter  5
Approaching Evaluation: A Blueprint for Choosing the Right Questions: Are You on the Right Track?
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This chapter will provide the evaluator an opportunity to examine the kinds of questions that should be asked because they help to focus an evaluation. Questions guide the process of evaluation, because it is the intent of the evaluation to appropriately answer the questions that the stakeholders, client, agency, and/or program want to know. Utilize the information and practice points in this chapter as a readiness opportunity, and prepare for the evaluation process to begin in the next chapter.