Assessing Operation Purple: A program evaluation of a summer camp for military youth
Burns, Rachel M.;
Griffin, Beth Ann;
||An evaluation of Operation Purple, a free summer camp program for military children who experience parental deployment, that examines curriculum implementation and participant outcomes related to communicating feelings about deployment-related stress, understanding military culture and service, and environmental knowledge and practice, based on camp director reports and visitor logs and on a comparison of pre- and posttest parent and child surveys from participants and matched nonparticipants
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