Daniel L. StufflebeamDaniel L. Stufflebeam, PhD, was Distinguished University Professor Emeritus at Western Michigan University (WMU) until his death in 2017. He founded and directed The Evaluation Center at The Ohio State University and moved it to WMU, where he directed it until 2002. He also designed the WMU Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Evaluation. The developer of the CIPP Evaluation Model, Dr. Stufflebeam led development of the General Educational Development Tests (GED) and other standardized tests; founded the Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation and was principal author of the Committee’s original standards; and designed and directed the national Center for Research on Educational Accountability and Teacher Evaluation. He led development of many evaluation systems and lectured, advised, and conducted evaluations in more than 20 countries. The author of 21 books and about 100 journal articles and book chapters (appearing in eight languages), Dr. Stufflebeam received the Paul F. Lazarsfeld Evaluation Theory Award from the American Evaluation Association, among numerous other honors.
All titles by Daniel L. Stufflebeam:
The CIPP Evaluation Model: How to Evaluate for Improvement and AccountabilityDaniel L. Stufflebeam and Guili Zhang