The Program Evaluation Group in the College of Education has more than 15 years of experience conducting program evaluations and research studies for government and education agencies and institutions, community organizations, and private enterprises at the local, state, national, and international levels.
The group provides expertise in the design and implementation of evaluation and research projects ranging from large, multi-site, multi-method evaluations to small, local assessments of education and community programs. The Performance Evaluation Group provides a full range of evaluation services, which include conducting needs assessments, creating logic models, producing reports and presentations of formative, and creating summative findings.
Clients include: - US Department of Education (Georgia ESOL for Content Area Teachers project) - Forsyth County Schools (U.S. Department of Education Investing in Innovation grant) - Georgia Pubic Health Training Center (US Department of Health and Human Services) - Georgia STEM Accessibility Alliance (National Science Foundation) - Clarke County Schools (Georgia Department of Education/Race to the Top) - Communities in Schools of Georgia (Network Empowerment Initiative) - Georgia Department of Transportation - City of Decatur Children and Youth Services After School Program - University of Georgia College of Engineering - Healthcare Georgia Foundation School-based Health Center Initiative - US Department of Agriculture
Contact us: 706-542-4631
The Program Evaluation Group's mission is to improve learning and performance for children and adults by providing researchers, funders, program leaders, and other decision makers the comprehensive, relevant data they need to measure and improve their studies, investments, and programs.