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Webinar Handout - Using Universal Design To Make Your Evaluation More Accessible To People With Disabilities and Other Vulnerable Populations

people with disabilities and other vulnerable...populations (such as low literate or English

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Eval12 Session 553: Engaging Stakeholders in Developing Evaluation Questions

A Practical Guide for Engaging Stakeholders in Developing Evaluation Questions by Dr. Hallie Preskill and Nathalie Jones, published in 2009 by FSG, provides the context for this demonstration. This how-to guide is useful for engaging all types of stakeholders more effectively in the evaluation...

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Developing an Inclusive Multi-Mode Survey Design for Respondents with Disabilities

This PowerPoint was presented at the Evaluation 2013 conference on Saturday, October 19 at 9:50am. Although a deep body of literature exists on the design of web and phone surveys of the general population, few studies have examined the design of multi-mode surveys with individuals with...

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An Evaluation of High Stakes Tests in Respect to Special Needs Populations

Including students with disabilities under the regulations of NCLB has been controversial since the law was approved. According to Darling-Hammond (2007), approximately one-third of public schools have been classified as failing to meet AYP with projections reaching as high as 80% of schools...

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Eval12 Session 759: Collecting Data Sensitively: Recruiting and Interviewing Family Members of Hospice Patients

Sensitivity is required when interviewing family members of hospice patients who have died. MassHealth, the Massachusetts Medicaid program, commissioned the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMass) to assess family satisfaction with its hospice benefit. The study effectively identified...

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