Logic Models: A Tool for Describing Program Theory and Performance
John A. McLaughlin, Gretchen B. Jordan 2004 (2nd edition) Jossey-Bass Publishers. Chapter 1 in the Handbook of Practical Program Evaluation, Joseph S. Wholey, Harry P. Hatry, and Kathryn E. Newcomer (Editors).

The second edition of Handbook of Practical Program Evaluation offers managers, analysts, consultants, and educators in government, nonprofit, and private institutions a valuable resource that outlines efficient and economical methods for assessing program results and identifying ways to improve program performance.

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