Program evaluation

Evaluations can consist of monitoring program activities and suggesting improvements. They may also examine processes or technology to suggest alternatives and provide recommendations and directions to policy makers. Program evaluation uses both qualitative and quantitative methods of social research, and can answer questions about a program, project, or system's efficiency and efficacy.

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Needs assessment

A needs assessment is a systematic process used to determine and address gaps between current conditions and desired or ideal conditions, in order to identify a "need." Needs assessments are often used in the planning process in order to improve a product, program or service.

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