Logic Models

Logic models provide a road map of your program, highlighting how it is expected to work, what activities need to come before others, and how desired outcomes are achieved.

Describe your program components and intended outcomes using a Logic Model, which provides a visual representation of how your program is intended to work.

Evaluations of youth programs are better when they are grounded in a clear program theory.

A youth program can more effectively learn from their evaluation when they have clear goals, objectives, and expected outcomes.

A logic model clarifies all the components and intended outcomes of the program so the evaluation of your program can focus on the most central and important questions. Creating an accurate logic model is important, as it ensures that stakeholders participating in the design of the evaluation have a complete understanding of the program.

What is your program trying to accomplish, how, and for whom?

A logic model should clearly show the relationship between program activities and intended outcomes.

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