Gather reliable evidence for your evaluation.Determine and collect the quantitative and/or qualitative data needed to effectively evaluate the program. Consider the following questions:What sources of secondary data are available that provide evidence of the program’s success?What kinds of data collection methods are appropriate? Consider surveys, interviews, observations, scholarly sources, demographic information, and others.What steps did you take to ensure the data is believable, trustworthy, and appropriate relative to stakeholders’ expectations?How will the data be presented? Consider creating graphs and charts, conducting various statistical analyses, and other uses.Did the program evaluation method lend itself to comparing the results of a sample group and a control group? Were there any ethical dilemmas, and how were they addressed.?Write a 1- to a 2-page evaluation draft answering the above questions and providing a rationale for each answer.