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What if We Measured Racism Instead of Race?

Six months ago I attended a webinar in which Ruha Benjamin asked, “What if we measured racism instead of race?” This challenge...

Using Social Network Analysis to Evaluate Connections among Stakeholders

At The Rucks Group, we work with many ATE project teams, and we know that the success of their initiatives frequently depends...

What Gets Measured Gets Done: Exploring ATE Evaluators’ and Principal Investigators’ Attention to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Increasingly, evaluators and principal investigators (PIs) are anchoring their work in equity-focused, culturally responsive, and social justice ideals. But we in the...

Evolution of Evaluation as ATE Grows Up

Originally published on March 14, 2017. Featured on April 15, 2021, in our Throwback Thursday series. I attended a packed workshop by...

Creating an Evaluation Design That Allows for Flexibility

There is no better time than now to talk about the need for flexibility in evaluation design and implementation. It is natural...

Shorten the Evaluation Learning Curve: Avoid These Common Pitfalls*

This EvaluATE blog is focused on getting started with evaluation. It’s oriented to new ATE principal investigators who are getting their projects...

Designing Accessible Digital Evaluation Materials

* This blog was originally published on AEA365 on July 23, 2020: Hi, I am Don Glass, a DC-based developmental evaluator,...

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