Posts by Michel Lahti

  • Kerry Milligan wins "Outstanding Entrepreneur" in 2016 Women of Influence Awards!

    Kerry Milligan wins

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  • LeCroy & Milligan Associates Wins Copper Cactus Award for "Best Place to Work" Category!

    LeCroy & Milligan Associates Wins Copper Cactus Award for We are honored to have received the 2015 Copper Cactus Award for "Best Place to Work" category at this years' Tucson Metro Chamber Copper Cactus Awards. We want to congratulate all of the finalists and winners within each category and we are honored to be listed among all of these amazing small businesses here in the Tucson community. Congratulations!

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  • United Way Days of Caring Event with the Ishashitaa Refugee Network

    United Way Days of Caring Event with the Ishashitaa Refugee Network This year, LeCroy & Milligan Associates signed up to work with the Ishashitaa Refugee Network for the annual "Days of Caring" event with United Way. We joined United Nations refugees for a morning of harvesting and learning about fall food resources. Pumpkins and squash, highly nutritious and long-lasting, go to waste in the USA by the millions of pounds each year.

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  • A Framework for Validating Child Care Quality Improvement Standards

    A Framework for Validating Child Care Quality Improvement Standards Recently, child care quality rating and improvement systems have become popular in many states as a policy tool to improve the quality of child care programs and settings with the goal of improving outcomes in areas such as school readiness.

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  • Thoughts on the Usefulness of Evaluation

    Thoughts on the Usefulness of Evaluation In our work with clients we strive to find ways for the results of our evaluation activities to be used or at least provide opportunities for learning. According to feedback we receive from our clients, more often than not we are successful. However, too often than I would like to admit that is not the case and we are not alone…there is empirical evidence hiding out here and there as to why managers either don’t do evaluations or don’t use the results when they are done.

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  • “I need to prove that my program makes a difference!”

    “I need to prove that my program makes a difference!” When I first started working in program evaluation, I used to get pretty jazzed by that sentiment. After some time went by and I was more “experienced”, I would hear this and I felt less positive and started to get pretty anxious. I got overwhelmed by the not at all carefully considered reasons why this unique, singular program may not have much influence at all on anyone.

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