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How ATE Proposal Evaluation Plans Have Changed Over Time: 2004–2017

EvaluATE’s external evaluators at The Rucks Group examined the evaluation plan sections of 169 randomly selected ATE proposals funded between 2004 and...

ATE Evaluation Judges Advise Alignment

In 2021, EvaluATE started the Outstanding ATE Evaluation Award program. Three exceptional STEM education evaluators served as judges: Cherie Avent, Cynthia Phillips,...

Platinum Programs Are Agile

I am standing in the flooring section of one of those big box home improvement centers, looking at flooring and puzzling over...

Reporting Insights from an ATE PI

As a new ATE PI, I never made the connection between the ATE Survey, the project evaluations, and my annual report. They...

Increasing Evaluation Transparency through Positionality Statements

Values play an important role in evaluation. By values, I mean not just the value or merit of a project, but also...

I Am: More Than a Checkbox

Race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, nationality, religion, class, language, mental health – these characteristics and others make for complex...

Building Trust in Evaluations

Trust is integral to valuing evaluation results and findings. If stakeholders don’t trust your evaluation work, they will neither value it nor...

Three Mistakes to Avoid for Your Next Grant Proposal

During my twenty-plus-year professional career, I have participated in many grant applications. I have experienced the grant-seeking process from three perspectives: applying...

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