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Program Evaluations: Procedures for Evaluators

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Program Evaluations: Procedures for Evaluators

December 30, 1899

The purpose of this handbook is to clarify the review process, steps and expectations to prepare faculty evaluators for an evaluation review with either CREDIT or Military teams. Regardless of the location, this handbook references the client (the military or corporation) as the organization.

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