Using the Logic Model for Program Planning and Evaluation
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1. Learn to identify the logic model's basic elements. 2.Learn to use the logic model to plan fundable programs. 3.Learn to use the logic model to develop appropriate goals, objectives, and measurable outcomes. 4. Learn to use the logic model to evaluate a program's success.
- Operational Planning
- Program Relevance and Integration - Growth and Replication
- New Program Development - Funding Model
- Goals, Mission, and Vision - Non-Profit
- Goals, Mission, and Vision - System-Based
Albert Davenport is a human resources writer and consultant specializing in disability rights, work-life balance, and discrimination issues. He holds a Masters of Public Administration from the Pennsylvania State University and a Masters of Arts in Nonfiction Writing from Johns Hopkins University. He has consulted for several agencies of Pennsylvania state government including the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime & Delinquency, the Departments of Transportation, Public Welfare, and Labor and Industry. He has authored numerous articles for national employment law publications and is currently co-authoring a labor and employment law textbook entitled Labor and Employment Law for the 21st Century for Pearson Prentice-Hall— publication date January 2013.