Cipp Model (Context, Input, Process, Product)

In: Encyclopedia of Evaluation

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Edited by: Sandra Mathison Published: 2005
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The CIPP Model for evaluation is a comprehensive framework for guiding formative and summative evaluations of programs, projects, personnel, products, institutions, and systems. This model was introduced by Daniel Stufflebeam in 1966 to guide mandated evaluations of U.S. federally ...

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