4.2 Implementation Evaluation

Implementation evaluation is an assessment of how well a program does what it sets out to do. It focuses on the process by which a program provides services or accomplishes its mission, not on outcomes. Implementation studies discern between the actual running of the program and the theory that generated both the program and the components the participants experience.

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