This guide, an installment in a four-part series on logic models, describes the role of logic models in effective program planning, collaboration, and monitoring. It defines the four components of these models—resources, activities, outputs, and outcomes—and explains how they connect. Using logic models can help practitioners and evaluators better understand a program’s mechanics and structure and chart a course toward improved policy and practice.

This guide is one piece of a four-part series on program planning and monitoring released by REL Pacific at McREL.

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