Program Planning and Modification
How do you determine when a program modification is necessary? What do you believe are the most vital steps to modifying an existing, but inefficient or defunct program?
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- Chapter 6: Descriptive Research
- Chapter 7: Experimental, Quasi-Experimental and Ex Post Facto Designs
- Chapter 8: Analyzing Quantitative Data
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- Chapter 4: Interpretive Planning and Emergent Approaches
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