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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 which the project is taking place and an understanding of how this context might influence the behavior of individuals in the project."

Currently, there is not a widely recognized, online repository of vetted resources and interactive tools to assist those implementing (or desiring to implement) CRE into their academic coursework, professional development training, or evaluation practice.  CRE content is typically disseminated through face-to-face interactions in the classroom, in workshops, through professional development organizations, or through limited resources online.  It is time for the creation of a resource platform that compliments an organization like CREA and others interested in CRE to exchange information and resources.

The purpose of this platform is to serve as "one-stop shopping" for resources to benefit those already doing work in or interested in learning more about CRE. 

Our solution

EvalCRE was created to: (1) manage and disseminate information about the ACESAS process for conducting culturally responsive evaluation (CRE)  and other relevant content such as : research papers,  opinion pieces, lesson plans and handouts, videos,  courses, webinars, podcast recordings, etc. (2) to provide ACESAS educational resources for students, educators, and practitioners, and (3) to provide webinars and courses on ACESAS theory,  relevant research (qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods), and best practices and history of the profession.  Information about the ACESAS and CRE has traditionally been disseminated through face to face interactions in the classroom, through practicums and internships, at conferences, workshops, and through other in-person professional development activities. EvalCRE provides a scalable and sustainable platform to meet the needs of culturally responsive evaluators across all disciplines.


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