Program evaluation requires commitment and new tools to remain relevant. Assessing the strength and relevance of academic programs can be critical to a college or university’s financial health. So if leaders need a little guidance, imagination, and inspiration, Gray CEO Bob Atkins has released a new book that might help.
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