Fourth International CREA Conference
Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment (CREA)
Fourth International Conference
September 27-29, 2017
(Pre-conference workshops Tuesday, September 26)
Stafford Hood, PhD
Sheila M. Miller Professor
Founding Director, Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment
College of Education
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"Evidence Matters: Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment Translating to Action and Impact in Challenging Times"
Heightened community unrest sparked by the death of unarmed citizens; disproportionate inequities in education, poverty, health care, and rates of incarceration; and an intensely divisive U.S. presidential election require even more vigilant attention from our global CREA community. It is critically important that we focus on the generation, analysis, and usage of substantive evidence “that matters” in the evaluations and assessments we undertake. To address the issues our communities face, we are compelled and responsible to raise questions about what is being done to correct inequities and aggressively translate this evidence into action that has meaningful impact on our collective future.
Therefore the Evidence Matters: Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment Translating to Action and Impact in Challenging Times will focus on the following areas:
- Program evaluation, measurement and assessment as sources of evidence
- Challenging the status quo regarding whose evidence matters
- Cultural responsiveness as foundational to more equitable public policy
- Moving from evidence generation to advocacy and action
- Policies and practices of influence and consequence in the quest for social justice
- Ethical challenges in complex areas of inquiry; whose justice is advanced?
Click here for conference registration!
(Ends Aug 25th)
(Ends Sept 26th)
|1 Day Conference||$150.00||$150.00|
|Full Day Workshop||$225.00||$250.00|
|Half Day Workshop||$150.00||165.00|
- The registration of participation is binding.
- If you have to cancel the registration, you get 80% back until 30 days before the start of the event. In all other cases, the financial responsibilities of the participants remain fully effective.
- The participation fees are owed upon registration and are payable within 7 days following submission of the registration (but not later than 7 days before the starting day of the event).
- Participation is not guaranteed until full payment of the registration fee is received.
- The conference program may be subject to changes.
- Payments will be refunded if the conference will be canceled by the organizer. In that case, the organizer will have no further liability to the client. Registrations remain valid if the conference has to be postponed.
For full descriptions of pre-conference workshops, please click here. All pre-conference workshops will be held on September 26, 2017. CREA currently offers both full day and half day workshops. The list of workshops offered this year is below.
Full Day (9am -5pm)
CRIE Happy Tears because Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluation (CRIE) is Here!!
Fiona Cram, Ph.D., Director - Katoa Ltd, Aotearoa New Zealand
Nicole R Bowman, Ph.D., President - Bowman Performance Consulting,
Foundations of Culturally Responsive Evaluation
Rodney K Hopson, Ph.D., Professor- George Mason University
Karen E Kirkhart , Ph.D., Professor - Syracuse University
Culturally Relevant Evaluation Meets Quantitative Research Methodology: What is the Outcome?
Toks Fashola, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
Translating Contemporary Culturally Responsiveness for Actionable Evaluation Practices for and with Latinx Communities
Lisa Aponte-Soto, PhD, MHA, National Deputy Director, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Connections, Equal Measure
Leah Christina Neubauer, Ed.D., Assistant Professor, Northwestern University
Transformative Mixed Methods Designs in Evaluation for Social Justice
Donna M Mertens, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Gallaudet University
Utilization of a Racial Equity Lens to help Guide Strategic Engagement and Evaluation
Paul Elam, Ph.D., and Willard Walker, Public Policy Associates, Inc.
Christopher Dunbar, Ph.D., Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
LaShaune Johnson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Creighton University