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FOOTPRINTS: Strategies for Non-Traditional Program Evaluation


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Front Cover
Title Page
Table of Contents
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Joy A. Frechtling
The Search for Footprints: Nontraditional Approaches to Evaluating NSF’s Programs
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The Papers and Discussants
Robert F. Boruch and Erling Boe
The Use Of Science And Mathematics Education Indicators And Studies: A Briefing
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Sylvia T. Johnson
Searching Near, Far, And Wide: A Plan For Evaluatlon
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Robert K. Yin and Malcom Phelps
New Methods For Evaluating Programs In NSF’S Division Of Research, Evaluation And Dissemination
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Richard T. Hezel
Considerations For The Evaluation Of The National Science Foundation Programs
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Norman L. Webb
Communicating The Value Of The National Science Foundation’s Contributions To Research And Innovative Technical Applications For Mathematics And Science Education
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M. Christine Dwyer
Footprints On Surfaces: A Nontraditional Approach To Evaluation Of National Science Foundation Programs
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Zoe A. Barley and Mark Jenness
Conceptual Underpinnings For Program Evaluations Of Major Public Importance: Collaborative Stakeholder Involvement
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Robert E. Stake, Eleanor Chelimsky and David B. Rymph
The Virtual Reality Of Systemic Effects Of NSF Programming On Education: Its Profession, Practice, Research, And Institutions
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Concluding Comments
Michael Scriven, Laure Sharp and Joy Frechtling
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Index (PDF, 494kb)