The Impact of CETA Activities on Selected Hampton Roads Manpower Programs: Cost-Benefit Analysis and Utilization-Focused Evaluation

Raymond A. Gromelski
The study examined the effects of Classroom Training, On-the-Job Training, Work Experience, and JobShop programs of the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) on the job opportunities, amount of government transfer payments, and criminal activities of the 1982 terminees. The purposes of the program were to determine (1) program cost-effectiveness; (2) which program components operate at higher levels of efficiency; and (3) which selected client characteristics influenced program results. The evaluation described program success in...
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