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What Do YOU Think? How to Conduct Focus Groups
4/18/2013 - 4/18/2013
The Partnershp for Families & Children
Denver, CO
Event Contact:
Sharlene Chiappetti
The Partnershp for Families & Children
303-837-8466
schiappetti@pffac.org
http://biz127.inmotionhosting.com/~pffaco5/?page_id=229#tracks
Sponsoring Organization(s):
National Center for School Engagement
The Partnership for Families & Children
Additional Information:
Learn when focus groups are the right data collection technique for you (as compared to a survey), and how to organize and conduct them most effectively. Then, learn how to analyze in the most objective way possible the large amount of qualitative data that you will collect.

As part of a professional development series, this workshop is designed for nonprofit professionals, teachers, and school administrators. This workshop will take place from 1 PM - 4 PM.