Evaluation Center, The

The Evaluation Center was established in 1965 at The Ohio State University and has been housed since 1973 at Western Michigan University (WMU). From 1965 to 2002, Daniel L. Stufflebeam was Director. It conducts research, development, dissemination, service, instruction, and leadership to advance theory and practice for evaluating programs, personnel, and students or beneficiaries. Center staff have created the CIPP Evaluation Model; led development of standards for evaluations; evaluated programs in various U.S. states and in other countries; evaluated evaluations and testing systems; devised procedures for evaluating teachers, administrators, and U.S. Marines; issued numerous publications; trained many evaluators; developed and staffed evaluation offices; helped establish AEA; and designed WMU's Interdisciplinary Evaluation Ph.D. Program, the first of its kind in the world.

Daniel L.Stufflebeam

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