January 15, 2012
Keep Charity Evaluation Tests Relevant
When I left graduate school in 1989 to go to work evaluating one of the first federally financed community-based efforts to prevent AIDS, I was armed with the basic measurement skills I needed.
But it turned out that the lesson that changed my career came not from my statistics courses but from Danny Keenan, who was running a program to teach teenagers how to avoid the disease.
Danny made me understand that evaluation is fundamentally about finding the best ways to help
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