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EvalCRE: Empowering Culturally Responsive Evaluation Across Communities and Organizations

welcome May 23, 2024

EvalCRE is an educational platform meant as a “one stop shopping” digital resource for authentic Culturally Responsive Evaluation (CRE). The platform’s content is based on the ACESAS© model which was originally developed by two of EvalCRE's founders: Drs. Stafford Hood and Pamela Frazier-Anderson. Here's a little more information:

For Evaluators

EvalCREis a digital resource and instructional platform that evaluators can use to integrate CRE (using the ACESAS © model process) into their current evaluation practice.

For Educators

EvalCRE provides supplemental instructional resources for teaching students about CRE using the ACESAS model process.

For Professional Organizations

EvalCRE provides technology driven culturally responsive evaluation content in the form of professional development collaborations such as courses, workshops, and other online gatherings.

Government and Social Service Organizations

EvalCRE provides resources and training to...

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Stafford L. Hood, Ph.D.

icons and innovators Feb 27, 2023

On January 15, 2023 I lost my mentor, colleague, and friend, Dr. Stafford Hood. He is missed immensely.

I was asked to contribute to AEA365, which is a daily blog hosted by the American Evaluation Association. AEA 365 is sponsoring an entire week of posts honoring Stafford's legacy. Here is a link to that post. 

Work Hard. Be Each Other’s Business: Lessons learned from Dr. Stafford Hood by Pamela Frazier-Anderson – AEA365

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Welcome to EvalCRE!

welcome Jan 08, 2023

The ACESAS  was created as a system to evaluate programs across all fields and disciplines using a culturally sensitive lens. Evaluators must interact with a broad range of people from many political, religious, ethnic, language, and racial groups. Therefore, they must be responsive to cultural issues in their work. CRE provides a conduit to help evaluators do their job by ensuring that service delivery in programs have been optimized no matter the race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, and marital status of program participants and other stakeholder groups. 

The approach requires that evaluators critically examine culturally relevant but often neglected variables in project design and evaluation. To accomplish this task, the evaluator must have a keen awareness of the context in...

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