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Hawaiʻi- Pacific Evaluation Conference 2024

Breaking Boundaries: Charting Paths towards Aloha, Joy, and Justice in Evaluation

The annual conference is co-hosted by H-PEA and the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment-Hawaiʻi Affiliate (CREA-HI).

THURSDAY, September 19, 2024

Ko'olau Ballrooms & Conference Center, Kāneʻohe, HI

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Post-Conference Online Workshops Friday September 20
For post-conference information and registration online workshops click here.

Registration Deadlines

Early Bird: August 26, 2024
Regular: September 13, 2024*

Registration Fees 

  • H-PEA or CREA-HI member ($130 early bird, $145 regular)*
  • Non-member ($160 early bird, $175 regular)
  • Full-time student ($60 early bird, $80 regular)

Registration includes continental breakfast, lunch, and an ice cream social. Conference refunds are not available after September 5, 2024.

*Be sure to log in, join, or renew your H-PEA membership before registration in order to receive the H-PEA rate. CREA-HI Members can get a log in code from their conference representative. 

Student Scholarships and Fee Waivers for financial hardship are available. For more information and to apply click here



Dr. Jennifer Randall

Jennifer Randall is the Dunn Family Chair of Psychometrics and Test Development and the founding President of the Center for Measurement Justice. Dr. Randall received her bachelor’s (1996) and master’s (1999) degrees from Duke University and her doctoral degree from Emory University (2007). She began her career first as a public-school teacher in secondary history working with racially and ethnically minoritized students. It was in this capacity as a high school teacher that she began to recognize the ways in which traditional assessment practices cause deep and irreparable harm to the most marginalized students- the students the system should be seeking to serve the most. Her work seeks to disrupt white supremacist, racist logics in assessment through justice-oriented practices that are explicitly and unapologetically antiracist. She is committed to working with Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities and our co-conspirators to explore the ways in which we can create a justice-oriented assessment system culture in which the sociocultural identities of students are deliberately considered and valued - not as an afterthought, but rather - in the planning and development phases of assessment.

New Featured Conference Event: Share-A-Thon

Share-A-Thon presenters will present their work in an open, 60-minute session. Presenters will be provided a table and are invited to bring their own materials and/or devices to showcase their work in an interactive, expo-style Share-A-Thon. Posters, flyers, laptops, cards, games... anything is possible! The only requirements are that presenters use an aid or materials to share their content and it fits in the space provided (standard table).

The aid/materials presenters use to share their work has a chance to win a cash award in honor of Lois-ellin Datta. First place is $100 and presentation aid/materials will be rated (by attendees) on design, content, and usefulness.

If you missed the chance to submit a proposal to share at our Share-A-Thon but are interested in joining, reach out to

Contact Us

Hawai'i-Pacific Evaluation Association

P.O. Box 283232, Honolulu, HI 96828

H-PEA is a tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.

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