Posted: October 3rd, 2021
The focus of this course is on applied learning and your ability to take the information from the course and apply it to a real problem, program, or policy. There really is no one best way to design a research project. The emphasis is on finding the most appropriate way. For example, choosing exercise over eating unhealthy foods is almost always the best choice. Unfortunately, things are not that clear in research. An evaluation design is not always the best in every circumstance. For example, if you are evaluating the effectiveness of an entitlement program that provides cash to low income families, you should not use an experimental design in which some families are randomly excluded from receiving these benefits. You cannot deny benefits that someone is legally entitled to receive. While an experimental design is usually seen as a good design, in this instance, it would not be appropriate.
You will develop an effective research question and select an appropriate evaluation design for your program, problem, or policy. Use the organization that you selected as the topic of your
Include the following:
Use at least three scholarly sources from the library that were published within the past five.
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