Solves a number of problems associated with a program evaluation: conflicting data, the role of prior goals, the importance of models of causality and the corresponding time frame. It also has a political dimension. The available data are somewhat contradictory. Some indicators suggest that significant improvements have taken place since the introduction of the program, but it is not clear that the program is the cause of these changes. There is also the question of whether the resources … Read more »

Solves a number of problems associated with a program evaluation: conflicting data, the role of prior goals, the importance of models of causality and the corresponding time frame. It also has a political dimension. The available data are somewhat contradictory. Some indicators suggest that significant improvements have taken place since the introduction of the program, but it is not clear that the program is the cause of these changes. There is also the question of whether the resources for the program could be better spent elsewhere.
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David W. Young
Source: The Crimson Group
11 pages.
Release date: 30 June 2012. Prod #: TCG231-PDF-ENG
Timilty Middle School HBR case solution

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