Suppose you have been hired to conduct a program evaluation in a country outside of the United States (choose a community education program that you will conduct an evaluation for in a country outside the United States). Respond to the following questions regarding this program:
1. Who might be some of the potential stakeholders?
2. In what ways may the social, political, and/or cultural context of the program be relevant to its evaluation?
3. Discuss funding and resource issues as well as any other foreseeable obstacles to conducting the evaluation.
Provide scholarly sources to support your work. It is important in doctoral-level assignments to demonstrate your ability to synthesize and compile information from the literature. Limit your response to 5 pages maximum and provide a minimum of 3–5 references.
Be sure to provide citations of sources consulted in preparing your paper in the body of the document itself (i.e., in addition to furnishing a reference list). Remember, any statement that you make that is not common knowledge or that originates from your synthesis or interpretation of materials you have read must have a citation associated with it. For guidelines on in-text citations, visit the following website: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/research/r_apa.html
Use information from the module Home and Background pages as well as other credible and peer-reviewed sources retrieved from a library or an Internet search.
Length: 4–5 pages typed and double-spaced using 12-point Times New Roman font and 1-inch page margins. Use headers throughout the paper to aid you in not overlooking vital elements of the assignment and to make the document easier for the reader to follow.
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