Representing the focus of an evaluation

There are two different emphases in program evaluation. One is to demonstrate accountability for achieving goals on time within budget. The other is to document learning about program theory and program implementation.

This paper describes a focus diagram that can be used with stakeholders to negotiate the relative emphasis on accountability and learning with the resources available for the evaluation. The diagram can also be used to show similarities and differences between different approaches to evaluation.

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