Through the Looking Glass: What Happens when an Evaluator's Program is Evaluated

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87-116

This paper reports on an occasion where the author, an experienced evaluator, became the client of an evaluation. This reversal led the author to reflect on the role of the client in an evaluation. The article records the thoughts and impressions of a client as his program was being evaluated. The discussion section focuses on the roles and obligations of, respectively, the client and the evaluator.

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