The Power of Story: Procrustes in the Land Between the Mountain and the Sea

Last fall I had the great privilege of making a keynote address to the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment at their meeting in Chicago, Illinois. Although I developed my presentation on different ways of knowing and the ways that contemporary practices of assessment relate to them with that audience in mind, this particular Read More


[Note:  If you have not read yet the page about the Circle, please consider doing that now, before you read this page.] The sun rises each day in the East, which is therefore the starting point for the journey of the Circle.  East is the place of new beginnings — of birth and rebirth, the Read More

The Circle

Tapestry was founded by a Choctaw Indian woman to operate out of Indigenous worldview. The Circle common to many Indigenous peoples helps to explain Tapestry’s organizational system — how we see the world around us and our place in it, and therefore what we do and how  we do it. The fact that we use Read More