Inputs are one aspect of an evaluand that may be a partial or entire focus of an evaluation. Inputs are those elements dedicated to the evaluand, as well as the context of the evaluand, such as money, staff, time, facilities, equipment, and supplies, as well as laws, regulations, and funders' requirements. A number of evaluation approaches pay special attention to inputs, including logic models, CIPP, the countenance model, and discrepancy approaches.

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