Evaluating Projects of a NORC Program

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Guiding Principle # 2

Each project evaluation is sharply focused and designed to be practical.

Given limited resources, NORC programs need to design simple and practical evaluations that provide essential information without becoming burdensome. A streamlined approach prevents errors and inefficiencies, including duplication, lost time, and misplaced data.

Keeping focus on the goal—to learn whether projects are making a difference—will help clarify thinking about the best way to shape your evaluation. A credible evaluation should use accurate measurements that support the reported results and conclusions. Completing the logic model will help in organizing the information so that it can be widely used.

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