Evaluation in a Diverse Society is a timely and comprehensive textbook that covers theoretical and practical issues related to evaluation of programs, particularly social programs and projects, with an emphasis on viewing evaluation topics through a social justice, diversity, and inclusive perspective. Veronica G. Thomas and Patricia B. Campbell provide students with an equal appreciation of both the art (for example engaging stakeholders, communicating across diverse settings, recruiting participants) and science (writing questions that matter, using credible designs, data analysis) of evaluation planning, implementation, and dissemination. This textbook will help students recognize that all populations are diverse, and that high quality evaluations need to pay attention to the diversity of all populations being served. Numerous examples and activities are included to illustrate how the information in the book can be applied in actual settings. A feature called Voices from the Field in each chapter provides a commentary from practicing evaluators and evaluation users.