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This tip sheet gives pointers on how to prepare for and conduct interviews with key informants. Tips include on how to structure an interview and how to keep it moving effectively. Content Related...

This resource helps to explain what evaluation is and why it is so important to the success and sustainability of programs. Provided are questions to consider when deciding on what type of...

Nonprofits do not always have the resources to hire a professional evaluator. This article discusses how the data you do have—whether anecdotal, subjective, interpretive, or quantitative—can be used...

This study explores the use of benefit-cost analysis (BCA) for measuring outcomes of social programs that support children, youth, and families. It reviews 39 social programs and the issues...

This tool was created to accompany the video Voices against violence: Helping students, parents, and School staff speak up, and consists of a series of questions and strategies to help parents and...

This multimedia set addresses the critical way bystanders can intervene in bullying situations. These videos and accompanying user guide helps teacher start a conversation about positive bystander...

This tool was created to accompany the video Voices against violence: Helping students, parents, and School staff speak up, and consists of a series of questions and strategies to help students  ...

This guide addresses the need nonprofits have to demonstrate the effectiveness of their programs through outcome-oriented project evaluation. Chapter one introduces what a logic model is and why it...

This report from AbilityPath.org provides background information, statistics, and firsthand accounts of bullied special needs students. The report offers parents information on the laws surrounding...

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