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Enhancing the Possibility of Success by Measuring the Probability of Failure in an Educational Program. (English)
Eval. Progr. Plann. 20, No. 1, 17-25 (1997).
Process Analysis is described as a method for identifying and measuring the probability of events that could cause the failure of a program, resulting in a cause-and-effect tree structure of events. The method is illustrated through the evaluation of a pilot instructional program at an elementary school. (ERIC)
Classification: C80
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