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Potential Barriers for a Program Evaluator

Identify and discuss potential barriers for an evaluator to effective management of program evaluation from the perspective of a PROGRAM EVALUATOR.

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There are several areas that require evaluation to a given program. An evaluator needs to consider the general process, the impact, and the outcome. The obvious barriers are funding, time constraints, and knowledge of evaluation practices. Aside from these, poor program planning can cause further barriers for an evaluator.

Are the goals and objectives of the program clearly defined? It's difficult to evaluate something that you ...

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This solution provides information about the areas of evaluation for a program and discusses barriers that can occur to prevent successful implementation or continuation. An attached document shows evaluation goals/objectives, how they should be measured, and what aspect of the program it evaluates.

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