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Education Evaluation and Research
Logic models are defined as visual diagrams that help to explain the theory of change for a program. Over the years the logic model has become a common tool for educational programs who seek to apply for and obtain grant funding. However, the limitations of the logic model make it ineffective at managing evaluations. This study is a retrospective cohort design. The three main goals of this study are to (1) research logic model limitations and adapt a revised logic model that could effectively evaluate an educational program, (2) test both the original and revised logic models on an educational program, and (3) conduct a meta-evaluation in order to evaluate and compare the original and revised logic models. This will help to determine the two models effectiveness and if the original logic model was improved.
Booker, Zsa-Zsa Lashawn-Marie, "A New Logic Model For Change" (2016). Wayne State University Dissertations. 1627.