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Evaluating The Implementation Of Site-Managed Educational Programs: The Relationships Of Program Characteristics And Implementation Context With Level Of Implementation
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|Title:||Evaluating The Implementation Of Site-Managed Educational Programs: The Relationships Of Program Characteristics And Implementation Context With Level Of Implementation|
|LC Subject Headings:||Educational evaluation|
|Abstract:||In the recent educational reform movement in the United States, many
programs have been implemented at the school level. In some of these programs,
funds have supported school-initiated improvement efforts at multiple sites.
These programs are known as site-managed educational programs.
This studywas conducted to propose and test a theoretical model of program
implementation for evaluators of site-managed educational programs. The model
is useful for (a) expanding our understanding of the variables in the
implementation of site-managed educational programs, (b) guiding program
evaluators in their selection and investigation of variables for studies of program
implementation, (c) helping program evaluators interpret findings of these
studies, and (d) providing formative evaluation information for program
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