|List of Tables and Figures||vii|
|Part 1 Why Participatory Evaluation?||1|
|1 The Case for Participatory Evaluation: Theory, Research, Practice|
|J. Bradley Cousins and Lorna M. Earl||3|
|Part 2 Participatory Evaluation in Schools and School Systems||19|
|2 District-wide Evaluation of School Improvement: A System Partners Approach|
|3 A Participatory Approach to District-level Program Evaluation: The Dynamics of Internal Evaluation|
|4 Assessing Program Needs Using Participatory Evaluation: A Comparison of High and Marginal Success Cases|
|5 Participation in Evaluation of Funded School Improvement: Effects and Supporting Conditions|
|Linda E. Lee and J. Bradley Cousins||72|
|6 Involving Practitioners in Evaluation Studies: How Viable is Collaborative Evaluation in Schools?|
|7 The Many Modes of Participatory Evaluation|
|Part 3 Educational Participatory Evaluation: Variations in Form||113|
|8 Inviting Collaboration: Insights into Researcher-School Community Partnerships|
|Lyn M. Shulha and Robert J. Wilson||115|
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Book title: Participatory Evaluation in Education: Studies in Evaluation Use and Organizational Learning.
Contributors: J. Bradley Cousins - Editor, Lorna M. Earl - Editor.
Publisher: Falmer Press.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1995.
Page number: v.
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