Adapting Evaluation for Local Contexts in a Globalized World
This e-study gathers resources for practitioners who seek to design and implement culturally responsive evaluations. The study highlights the expansion of the field of evaluation to national and contexts where evaluation has been historically missing. In doing so, the study engages the learners in critical thinking about the nature and dissemination of evaluation evidence for decision-making that leads to equitable distribution of resources.
This e-case presents a critical question of how public policy innovation develops, adapts and survives in bureaucratic and political power structures in Delhi, India. Through... Learn more
Evaluation for Development
This is a story of a young Turkish bureaucrat who is eager to build a culture of evaluation in his country’s educational decision making context where evaluation has been hi... Learn more
Evaluation as Engagement
Traditional evaluation approaches can miss important information by failing to account for context or differences across communities. Community-Responsive Evaluation engages... Learn more
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