ConTEXT Evaluation
ConTEXT Evaluation     

Approach

 

Our approach conveys emerging evaluation results during the evaluation process so that evaluation informs practice. The completed evaluation findings are in usable formats such as reports, briefs, summaries, memos, recommendations, lessons learned, and presentations.

Program Evaluation

  • Use multiple strategies to engage stakeholders to identify outcomes and goals to develop a theory of change
     
  • Combine qualitative and quantitative methods including surveys, focus groups, and intereviews in designing evaluations
     
  • Conduct developmental, process, outcome, and impact evaluations to fit the evaluation purpose and questions
     
  • Develop evaluative measures so evaluation results are useful

Qualitative Research & Analysis

  • Elicit program participants' perspectives and experiences to describe and document outcomes and challenges
     
  • Conduct document review and complete content analysis to describe progam accomplishments and areas for improvement

Community and Agency Assessments

  • Compile and analyze data from published and unpublished sources to identify patterns and report findings
     
  • Incorporate qualitative input from stakeholders and analyze multiple perspectives to generate recommendations for future services

 

 

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