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Eval12 Poster 106: Does rurality matter in partnership development? Evaluating differences in rural and urban partnerships among obesity prevention projects

The Missouri Foundation for Health currently funds an evaluation of a multi-site obesity prevention initiative. Grantees implement physical activity and healthy eating projects in rural and urban settings in Missouri. This study examines the differences in the number of, diversity of, and...

AEA 2012 Poster 106_Does rurality matter in partnership development.pdf


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Eval12 Session 952: Evaluation Capacity 4.0 - Taking the Long View

Presentation Abstract: A key component of the Families Come First evaluation focuses on gathering data about women enrolled in Meta House, Inc., a residential substance abuse treatment program for women and children in Milwaukee, WI. Substantial evaluation capacity was in place prior to the...

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Eval11 Poster 5: The Winston Salem-Forsyth County (NC) Schools/University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) Teacher Residency Program Evaluation

The Project ENRICH (Educational Network for Renewal, Innovation, Collaboration and Help) is a partnership between UNCG and Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools for the 'purpose of simultaneous improvement of teacher education and PK-12 education.' The Teacher Residency Program is a key...

ENRICH Residency Program Poster Handouts.pdf


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Eval11 Poster 52: Evaluating the Re-visioning of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) Teacher Education Undergraduate Programs through a Teacher Quality Partnership Grant (TQP)

The SERVE Center entered into an agreement with the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) School of Education, to serve as the external evaluator for the Teacher Quality Partnership (TQP) ENRICH Project, a multi-year, multifaceted project. This proposal provides an overview of the...

ENRICH Revisioning Poster Handouts.pdf