The Friday Funny: Parenting and objectivity

Another gem from Chris Lysy

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What’s not to love about this gem from evaluation cartoonist Chris Lysy? Speaks for itself really.

Another gem from Chris Lysy

Better still, Chris can custom draw cartoons for your next presentation, report, or book! How cool is that? Check out his awesome work at Fresh Spectrum.

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The importance of values for substantiating evaluative conclusions

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The comments shared in response to the earlier post, Culturally Competent Needs Assessment By An “Outsider” raise issues that are critical to the discipline of evaluation. Two things come to mind; a) reflections on how we define evaluation theory, and practice within the context of culture; b) the role of values and valuing in

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Culturally Competent Needs Assessment By an “Outsider”

What does it take for an outsider to do a community needs assessment in cultural contexts that are deeply entrenched in traditions and norms?

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