Representatives from FHSU give presentations in Washington, DC

Fort Hays State University's Dr. Stephen Kitzis, associate professor of psychology, and Joyce Wolfe, research associate at the Docking Institute of Public Affairs, gave two presentations at a recent conference in Washington, DC.

"Climate Monitoring: A Potential Catalyst for Systemic Change" discussed a unique approach to school climate measurement and its potential impact on systemic change in the schools.

"Validity and the Evaluator/Stakeholder Relationship" discussed the importance of the evaluator/stakeholder relationship as it is related to data quality.

The presentations were given as part of the 17th Annual American Evaluation Association Conference.

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