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New Directions for Evaluation (NDE) and the American Journal of Evaluation are the two official publications of the American Evaluation Association. The editors of each are appointed by the AEA Board. The publications represent the professional excellence sought by the association and fulfill one of AEA's missions in promoting the development of evaluation as a field. The contents are consistent broadly with the policies, practices, and standards of AEA.

Conceived as a sourcebook, in which an issue or approach can be examined in more depth than it could be in a journal article, New Directions in Evaluation began under the editorship of Scarvia Anderson, with its roots in the national conventions of the Evaluation Research Society, which joined in 1986 with the Evaluation Network to become ...

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