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1 Dismantling Masters House with masters Tools: Toward Liberation in Evaluation Rodney Hopson, Duquesne University Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment Inaugural Conference College of Education at Illinois April, 2013

2 Vote of Thanks College of Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign CREA Inaugural Conference Planning Committee & Conference Team Robert Wood Johnson Evaluation Fellowship Program: OMG Center for Collaborative Learning & School of Education, Duquesne University

3 Our role as evaluators, in such a time as this

4 Ancient Susa

5 Children in modern day Susa

6 Masters Tools and Masters House What does it mean when the tools of a racist patriarchy are used to examine the fruits of that same patriarchy? It means that only the most narrow perimeters of change are possible and allowable. (Lorde, 1984/1979)

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8 Beyond tools…

9 Results Lead To Positive Cultural & Sociopolitical Outcomes For The Group Over Time Community Analysis School Analysis Classroom Analysis Program Analysis CIVIC CAPACITY SOCIAL CAPITAL SUMMARY CRE TEAM SELECTION & PREPARATION Funding Technology Materials Physical Environment Stakeholder Groups Frame Right Questions w/ Stakeholder Input Gain Stakeholder Buy In Design CRE Agreement on Evidence? Select &/Or Adapt Instruments Collect Data Mixed Methods) Culturally Trained Data Collectors Analyze Data (Disaggregate) CRE Panel Review Of Findings YES NO District Analysis Produce Report and Presentation CULTURAL INFLUENCES SOCIOPOLITICAL INFLUENCES *CONTEXTUAL ANALYSIS W/ CULTURAL/SOCIOPOLITICAL EMPHASIS *Cultural/Sociopolitical factors are emphasized throughout the evaluation Product Widely Distributed & Results Explained To All Stakeholders Results Useful For All Stakeholders SANKOFA MODEL ©2010 P. Frazier-Anderson, S. Hood. & R. Hopson. All Rights Reserved. Whose assumptions drive our tools?

10 Who forms the work? Who sets the agenda?

11 Who informs our work?

12 Entrance to Africville UAA San Francisco, CA

13 Africville Relocation UAA San Francisco, CA

14 Africville news UAA San Francisco, CA

15 Africville during relocation UAA San Francisco, CA

16 Relevance Africville

17 Africville Stakeholders Department of Public Welfare Africville Dalhousie University Halifax Nova Scotia Canada & Beyond City and Municipal Government More government

18 Relevance Africville

19 The historical description and evaluation of the Africville relocation had, therefore, to be planned and executed at standards of comprehensiveness, thoroughness, and competence… -Clairmont & Magill, 1971 Responsibilities Africville

20 UAA San Francisco, CA Action on Africville

21 UAA San Francisco, CA Responsibilities Africville

22 UAA San Francisco, CA Africville 2012

23 UAA San Francisco, CA Africville 2012

24 UAA San Francisco, CA Africville 2012

25 Evaluation as liberating Liberation is a value of science. That should be the perspective from which minority scientists seek to advance multiple perspectives, and methodological rigor: not for the purpose of simply predicting, controlling, and understanding, but for the purpose of emancipating (liberating) the bodies, minds, communities, and spirits of oppressed humankind (Gordon, 1999:184).


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