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Supplee Lauren H., Metz Allison J. R., 2015
Despite a robust body of evidence of effectiveness of social programs, few evidence-based programs have been scaled for population-level improvement in social problems. Since 2010 the federal government has invested in evidence-based social policy…
Halle Tamara, Metz Allison J. R., Martinez-Beck Ivelisse, 2013
A collection of writings on the role of implementation science in early care and education, with examples of applications of implementation science principles, strategies, and frameworks to early care and education practices, programs, and systems
Halle Tamara, Zaslow Martha, Martinez-Beck Ivelisse, Metz Allison J. R., 2013
A discussion of the research, policy, and practice implications from a collection of writings on the role of implementation science in early care and education, with examples of applications of implementation science principles, strategies, and…