The President's Mandate: Discovering What Works and What Works Better
by Robert F. Boruch — 1991
In this chapter, I translate President Bush's mandate into evaluation strategies that generate evidence about what works and what works better. In doing so, I rely substantially on the efforts of the U. S. Department of Education to clarify the presidential initiative and to assure that evaluative evidence is available to make decisions about education projects and programs. I also rely on the U. S. General Accounting Office as counsel to the U.S. Congress on related matters.
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