Scholarship providers are stewards of charitable funds and subsequently must be held accountable to the public at large as well as to numerous stakeholders including students, board members, donors and higher education officials. As part of their accountability measures, many providers engage in longitudinal data collection and analysis, as well as evaluation.
In addition to evaluation efforts, scholarship providers, as charitable entities, have a number of legal reporting requirements, which are addressed in this section of the toolkit.
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