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"Evaluating Comprehensive Community Development"

Measuring and evaluating are not just after-the-fact exercises, but real-time tools to get better immediate results.

How do we know if comprehensive community development is actually improving the quality of life in communities? There’s plenty of anecdotal evidence, but funders generally want numbers—of housing units built, job placements made and crime reduced. LISC's Director of Research Chris Walker used this document to discuss the methods and models used to measure comprehensive community development at a two-day intensive training.

Evaluation PowerPoint Presentation by Chris Walker, LISC

Posted in Quantitative Analysis

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