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Practical Grant Writing and Program Evaluation 1st Edition

Francis K. O. Yuen, Kenneth L. Terao

  • Published
  • 160 Pages


This brief and practical text is a perfect supplement for program planning and evaluation courses. Program planning, grant writing and program evaluation are discussed, with emphasis on the inter-relationship between these components and how each component emphasizes the others. Readers will learn the development and the implementation of grant proposals, program evaluation plans, data collection and analysis, and report writing.

Francis K. O. Yuen, California State University, Sacramento

Francis K. O. Yuen is a Professor for the Division of Social Work at California State University, Sacramento. He has many years of direct practice, program development, and management experience. In addition to being a program development and evaluation consultant for human service organizations and a coach for Project STAR, he is also a grant proposal reviewer for various government agencies. He publishes and teaches on family health social work practice, substance abuse and high-risk behaviors, diversity, grant writing, and research and program evaluation.

Kenneth L. Terao, Aquirre International

Kenneth L. Terao is Vice President of Aguirre International, a social science research firm located in San Mateo, California. He has over 15 years of program management experience working in a variety of institutions and organizations, including elementary/secondary education, higher education, community organizations, law enforcement, and local government agencies. For the past 6 years, he has directed national evaluation projects funded by the Corporation for National Services (Project SATR) and Save the Children Federation, Inc. which provides training and technical assistance to local, state, and national organizations on developing and implementing outcome evaluation on community service projects.
1. Rationality and Reality of Program Planning and Evaluation.
2. Planning, Evaluating, and Grant Writing.
3. Grant Proposal: A Written Program Plan.
4. Developing an Evaluation Plan.
5. The Strategies and Tools for Data Collection.
6. Data Analysis and Reporting.
7. Putting It Together: Model Evaluation Plans.
8. Program Planning and Evaluation: Practical Considerations and Implications.

"...this book is different in the sense that it is more readable than most, it is more "hands-on" than most, and has more practical applicability than most. It is not just an academic exercise in tenure achievement. For me, that is what makes a book more likely to be read by students."

" an extremely useful text for academics and practitioners in the field. The book offers useful information about all the aspects of the program planning and evaluation process. No other text in the field matches it. I highly recommend this book."