Hi Sheener, Thanks for sharing in-depth information with the class. I am an interested stakeholder in the foster parent training program, and I appreciate the effort put into the design and measurement criteria for the program. After reviewing the group research design, the quasi-experimental design is appropriate for this case. The focus on one group of foster parents, as well as the pretest-posttest approach, will provide valuable insight into the effectiveness of the training program. (Dudley, 2020). Using qualitative interviews and surveys to collect data is appropriate to assess these outcomes. Qualitative data collection methods such as interviews allow us to gain a deeper understanding of the subjective experiences of foster families and provide insights into their unique contexts and cultures (Dudley, 2020). Surveys allow those who may not be comfortable speaking out loud to share their thoughts and experiences, as they can be anonymous and completed on paper or electronically. I appreciate your research design's emphasis on quantitative data, as it provides concrete evidence. It's essential to have objective measurements when evaluating the program. What plans do you have for sharing the research findings with the broader community? As a concerned community member, I want to know how the program will communicate its impact and involve local stakeholders. Are there any plans to assess the program's long-term effects on students and the community? Understanding how the program may contribute to the community's growth and well-being is essential for many of us.