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Coffman Julia, Kauerz Kristie, November, 2012
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A discussion of considerations for the use of evaluation in efforts to integrate and coordinate the early education and early elementary education systems
Wimer Christopher, 2006
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A review of the findings from and methodological challenges faced by seven experimental evaluation studies of after school programs
Harvard Family Research Project, 2005
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A collection of testimonies from child care experts on evaluation methods and the role of theory in child care assessment
Harvard Family Research Project, 2005
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A description of a theoretical, democratic approach to evaluating child care programs in an attempt to address social equity and inclusion
Harvard Family Research Project, 2004
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An overview of strategies for the evaluation of early childhood programs
Harvard Family Research Project, 2003
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A newsletter on evaluations of and issues surrounding the evaluation of out-of-school time programs