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An evaluation report

Conventionally, evaluators disseminate their findings in a final evaluation report. The purpose of the report is to synthesize everything learned from the evaluation of your initiative. It should comprehensively discuss each of the major components of the evaluation, from planning to implementation to completion. Of course, it should also clearly present the key findings or conclusions of the evaluation. Whenever possible, it is helpful to draw connections between the data and possible areas for program improvement or refinement. For example, the report might make recommendations for how to implement the program with fidelity based on observations made during the evaluation, or explain how differential findings among different subsets of the study population might provide insight for how to tailor the program.

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