Remember NOLA Eval?
We have big news! And a lot of it!
First things first:
Where we are now…
WE HAVE CREATED A STEERING COMMITTEE!
We are no longer evaluators floating around in this wide “community of practice sphere”… we have structure! This new group was elected at our April meeting, after providing the group with bios and statements of interest for their positions. The winners of our election are as follows…. Read More
I need to go out on a limb. The phrase “qualitative vs. quantitative” is all wrong. Just plain wrong. Stated as such, we’re misled into believing that qualitative and quantitative information are completely different categories of thing. First: they’re not. Second:
Zoom out with me for 30 seconds. Remember Set Theory? Don’t worry, nobody does. But it takes 30 seconds to re-learn. It’s Venn diagrams. Read More
Ultimately, we believe our evaluation is stronger when we take into account not just the trauma that our participants have experienced, but also their diverse strengths and experiences. Read More
Evidence is political. Evaluation is an art Read More