Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluation and Tribal Governments: What’s the Relationship? Culturally responsive Indigenous evaluation and tribal governments: Understanding the relationship
New Directions for Evaluation
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Over the last decade, culturally responsive (CR) indigenous evaluation resources have become more readily available to academia and evaluation practitioners within the mainstream literature. This is a direct result of the growing number of Indigenous evaluators in the field; the increased access and opportunities for Indigenous and non‐Indigenous partners collaborating on evaluation projects and academic initiatives; and changes in policy, programming, and funding that better support CR and/or culturally responsive indigenous evaluation (CRIE) initiatives. This chapter examines four overarching content summary areas for CRIE: historical and legal foundations; design approaches; application; and practical CRIE strategies for strengthening professional practice and building evaluation industry capacities for CRIE.
Bowman, N. ".,
Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluation and Tribal Governments: What’s the Relationship? Culturally responsive Indigenous evaluation and tribal governments: Understanding the relationship.
New Directions for Evaluation, 2018(159),