Billions of dollars are spent annually on nonformal, informal, and nontraditional education programs and collaborative formal–nonformal efforts. Public and private dollars fund literally thousands of programs, and yet the field of program evaluation has provided little guidance for evaluating such efforts. There are precious few resources available to lead program administrators, staff, and evaluators through the maze of programs with the diversity of the constituencies that support them. The stakeholders and audiences of nonformal education programs are numerous, and these programs can range from a one–shot, hour–long lecture to an ongoing, one–day–a–week volunteer program, to a three–week study tour, to a four–weekends–across–one–year–work camp, to a "stop by when you can" museum collection.
Progress toward a Literate World. Early Reading Interventions in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, Number 155. Edition No. 1. J-B CAD Single Issue Child & Adolescent Development
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