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The Evaluation Matrix

Mark Kramer

Evaluation is one of the most confusing topics in philanthropy – in part because it embraces multiple definitions that are often jumbled together. Evaluation refers to at least three different kinds of measures, each of which can be assessed at three or four different levels.  Combining these measures and levels produces a matrix that shows more precisely some of evaluation’s varied meanings. Published in FSG Perspectives, Spring 2004.




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