This 90-minute roundtable will provide an overview of the history of Critical Race Theory and its key tenets as well as the implications of CRT for evaluation design, methodology, and practice. Those attending also will be able to participate in small group breakout sessions (5-6 people) to further explore how CRT and its tenets can be incorporated into their evaluation work.
The roundtable will be facilitated by Kim Truong, GBEN’s consultant for equity, diversity & inclusion, along with some members of GBEN’s DEI committee.
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The Northeastern University Public Evaluation Lab (NU-PEL) and the Greater Boston Evaluation Network (GEBN) will be co-hosting a virtual event to continue our Culturally Responsive Evaluation (CRE) series. To embed diversity, equity, and inclusion in evaluation and assessment practices, there is an increasing need to focus on the role of culture. We will have a panel of expert evaluators, who will share how CRE looks like in their work, discuss potential challenges, and offer recommendations on how to implement CRE in practice.
More information about event speakers will be shared soon.
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