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There are a number of critical questions that need to be addressed over the life-cycle of a project. The following five questions are included among these questions, but evaluations should not be limited to just these five.
- What do you want your project to accomplish?
- How will you know if you have accomplished your goals?
- What activities will your project undertake to accomplish your goals?
- What factors might help or hinder your ability to accomplish your goals?
- What will you want to tell others who are interested in your project?"
W. K. Kellogg Foundation Evaluation Handbook. W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Battle Creek, MI. 1998.
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