In “Ethical Dilemma” scenario in Grand City Aliyah supports only one specific program and although her relationships within the community are priceless, there is a chance that her involvement might influence the data collected (Laureate Education, 2016c); therefore, the stakeholder needs to be objective, avoid any biases, and follow standard guidelines. However, in “Project Plan for Evaluation of Statewide After-School Initiative” the after- school program operates at different educational setting, and each does not operate the same and the differences are not documented; to reduce a program’s differences, it is essential to document the disparities in all variables (Spaulding, 2014). In “Evaluation of a School Improvement to Increase Parent Involvement” stakeholders were deceitful about the parent center; in addition to being deceiving, not only was an evaluator bias towards a previous administrator, but visits were scheduled(Spaulding, 2014). Because of these considerations, my efforts as an evaluator would elevate to include minimizing ethical dilemmas for an impartial, objective evaluation by adhering to ethical codes and the guidelines in the Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation (2016) Program Evaluation Standards.Using the guidelines in the Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation (2016) Program Evaluation Standards Statement, I would address the ethical dilemma in the “Ethical Dilemma” scenario in Grand City by discussing with Aliyah the importance of maintaining the veracity of a program evaluation process by circumventing any real or potential biases as Ramon and Dr. Fuller did. Because all evaluations must provide a comprehensive descriptions of not only findings, but also limitations and any conflicts of interests should be identify and addressed to reduce the chances of compromising an evaluation (Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation,2016), a transparent discussion would ensure that the knowledge and expertise Aliyah shares is relevant, unbiased, and useful.Joint Committee on Standards for Educational Evaluation. (2016). Program evaluation standardsstatements. Retrieved from http://www.jcsee.org/program-evaluation-standards statementsLaureate Education (Producer). (2016c). Ethical dilemma Video file. Baltimore, MD: Author.Spaulding, D. T. (2014). Program evaluation in practice: Core concepts and examples for discussion and analysis (2nd ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.