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Shonkoff Jack P., Fisher Philip A., November, 2013
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Peer Reviewed
Half a century of research and program evaluation has fueled a diverse landscape of early childhood policies and practices that produce a range of positive effects on the life prospects of children who face the burdens of significant adversity.…
Adriance Shira, April, 2009
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Highlights from an exploration of the influence of gender issues in economic analyses of child care, based on interviews with researchers of more than 70 economic impact studies of the child care sector conducted between 2000 and 2010
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
Haskins Ron, Rouse Cecilia, 2005
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A brief proposing the gap between white and ethnic minority children's academic achievement would disappear if disadvantaged children were exposed to high quality early childhood education programs
Harvard Family Research Project, 2005
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An exploration of a framework of complementary learning, with a description of a support system for children?s learning across various settings