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Program evaluation may be a time- and resource-intensive process. How are smaller communities affected by their often limited availability of staff to conduct program analyses? How might smaller communities maximize efficiency and minimize resources needed to evaluate programs?

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Smaller communities are affected by their often limited availability of staff to conduct program analysis, due to the fact that an inability to effectively analyze programs within a given community make it very difficult to ascertain what changes if any, need to be made to a ...

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