· This article describes how participatory evaluation was used in a Ford Foundation–funded project to promote mixed-income housing in Atlanta.
· The project resulted in an increase in mixedincome housing, but also in social outcomes such as increased knowledge about housing issues.
· Validity and reliability of the findings are demonstrated through feedback from the community members, rather than through statistical methods.
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Rechtman, J. (2009). A Road Made by Walking: Participatory Evaluation and Social Change. The Foundation Review, 1(2). https://doi.org/10.4087/FOUNDATIONREVIEW-D-09-00014