Using a Culturally Responsive and Equitable Evaluation Approach to Guide Research and Evaluation
Culturally responsive and equitable evaluation (CREE) is an approach that should be infused into all evaluation methodologies and designs. It requires integrating diversity, inclusion, and equity principles into all phases of evaluation. CREE advances equity by informing strategy, program improvement, decision making, policy formation, and change. This publication identifies the nine stages of evaluation and presents examples of how to incorporate CREE into each stage of evaluation.
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