An Evaluation Theory Tree

Christina Christie uses the metaphor of a tree to describe the purposes and development of evaluation theory. Christina “Tina” Christie, is the Wasserman dean of the UCLA School of Education & Information Studies. Image courtesy of Christina Christie.

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