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The American Journal of Evaluation (AJE) is an official, peer-reviewed journal sponsored by AEA. Between 1986 and 1997, the journal was publisher under the title Evaluation Practice. Prior to 1986, a predecessor publication, Evaluation News, was sponsored by the Evaluation Network, one of the two organizations that merged to create AEA. AJE's mission is to publish original papers about the methods, theory, practice, and findings of evaluation. The general goal of AJE is to publish the best work in and about evaluation. Blaine Worthen was Editor during the transition from Evaluation Practice to AJE, and Melvin M. Mark succeeded him in 1999. M. F. Smith and Tony Eichelberger previously served as editors of Evaluation Practice.

Melvin M. Mark
10.4135/9781412950558.n26
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