How to Predict the Success of a Nonprofit Program Before It Starts

  • April 30, 2014

It may cost considerably more or less to achieve a certain outcome, depending on the circumstances an individual organization and its clients may be facing. For example, significantly disadvantaged children might need a greater investment to reach particular educational goals. It might not be fair to compare schools solely on the basis of cost-per-outcome, without taking other important factors into account.

How to Predict the Success of a Nonprofit Program Before It Starts

 

 

 

 


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