As the amount of youth work sponsored by local and central government has grown so we have seen an increase in the extent to which the practice of workers and performance of agencies has been monitored and evaluated by funders. John Rose looks at the implications this has for practice and the benefits and problems arising from a heightened increase in the monitoring and evaluation of youth work.
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