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Peer Review Status: Unrefereed
Title: Lessons from Evaluations of Sport and Physical Activity Programmes for Young People
Author(s): Coalter, Fred
Kay, Tess
Lyle, John
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Citation: Coalter F, Kay T & Lyle J (2007) Lessons from Evaluations of Sport and Physical Activity Programmes for Young People. Research Report, no. 99. sportscotland.
Keywords: Sport Evaluation
Physical Activity
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: sportscotland
Series/Report no.: Research Report, no. 99
Abstract: An evaluation of sportscotland’s investment in Active Schools began in 2004. There was debate about the nature of the evaluation. It was clear that process evaluation was essential – how effective are the various processes, structures, staff, support, training and infrastructure in ensuring that Active Schools is delivered effectively? Although complex, this evaluation is feasible and results are feeding back regularly to inform the development of the initiative.
Type: Research Report
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Affiliation: Sport
Loughborough University
Leeds Metropolitan University

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