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Program Evaluation

We evaluate programs and business operations according to stated objectives, standards, and benchmarks.

How effective is the program or business?

What variables are helping move the organization toward its goals?

Is the organizational climate favorable for a successful program?

How does a certain program compare to other programs in effectiveness and efficiency?

Is the program ready for "digital customers, clients, or students"?


Never Underestimate the Participatory Process in Planning and Evaluation.

School Survey Services

Program Evaluation  of an organization points the Way to what has really been accomplished; and what is needed to become a high performing group.  Above all, it is the basis for developing new objectives or modifying existing goals.

The TPEG has developed a systems approach to evaluation that includes sample data, the influence of extraneous variables, and a weighting of all relevant variables to yield the Evaluation Quotient (EQ) .  The EQ includes a systematic set of activities that utilizes traditional statistical measures, both descriptive and inferential ,and parametric and nonparametric formulas.

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The School Survey as an Evaluation Tool improves harmony among the organization, the programs, and the target audiences. 

If the client is considering the construction a new school or a public facility, the logical beginning point is a traditional school and community survey. 
These activities  may be couched in terms such as "environmental scan" -  a powerful tool to help find a teaching and learning philosophy. 

The community survey is a means to bring people together and launch Focused Strategic Planning activities leading to concept design of a facility.  We are prepared to work from this perspective in evaluation for accomplishing community goals.

Outcomes Evaluation Helps Answer These Questions:

Are individual achievements up to standards?

What are the strong aspects of the program?

Are there any weak links that may be enhanced?

What factors are influencing productivity outcomes?


In education, for example, by factoring out SES, exactly how well are minority students meeting program objectives (Usually much better than traditional results indicate)?

How do we make valid comparisons among all SES levels and be fair?


Involving Parents, Students, and the Community in Planning and Evaluation Helps Build Social Capital, Which in Turn, Improves Student Outcomes.

Working with clients

Tanner Forecasting and Planning Group