Sanders, James R.

(b. 1944, Williamsport, Pennsylvania). Ph.D. Research and Evaluation Methodology, University of Colorado; M.S.Ed. Educational Research, B.A. Chemistry, Bucknell University.

Sanders is Professor Emeritus at Western Michigan University and was on the faculty at Indiana University where he helped to create their first evaluation program. Before he came to the Evaluation Center at WMU to assist Dan Stufflebeam with its development, serving also as the center's Associate Director, Sanders was an evaluator for the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. He worked extensively with foundations and community-based organizations, including the W. K. Kellogg Foundation and the United Way of America.

Sanders is a coauthor (along with Blaine Worthen and Jody Fitzpatrick) of one of the most popular evaluation textbooks, Program Evaluation: Alternative Approaches and Practical Guidelines, now in its third ...

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