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Olds David L., 1999
Other
Testimony on the effectiveness of high quality home visiting programs on families with young children's lives
McCarthy Maria, Noonan Mary, Gamse Beth C., 1998
Reports & Papers
A comparison of the characteristics and participant outcomes between year-round and standard 10-month-long Even Start Family Literacy Programs, focusing on differences in program size, staffing patterns, and types and amounts of services offered,…
McCarthy Maria, Noonan Mary, Gamse Beth C., 1998
Executive Summary
A summary of a comparison of the characteristics and participant outcomes between year-round and standard 10-month-long Even Start Family Literacy Programs, focusing on differences in program size, staffing patterns, and types and amounts of…
United States. Department of Education. Planning and Evaluation Service, 1998
Executive Summary
A summary of findings from the second national evaluation of the Even Start Family Literacy program, which provides adult education, parenting classes, and early childhood education to low income families
United States. Department of Education. Planning and Evaluation Service, 1998
Other
A report summarizing what has been learned about the Even Start Family Literacy Program after 10 years of demonstration and evaluation activities
United States. Department of Education. Planning and Evaluation Service, 1998
Reports & Papers
The second national evaluation of the Even Start Family Literacy Program, examining what has changed and what has remained stable over its first eight years, specifically addressing who and what is served by the program, federal funding methods,…
Dunlap Katherine M., 1997
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A review of a naturalistic study examining a cooperative preschool program's effect on parents as well as young children, focusing on family empowerment as one specific outcome of program participation
Ponzetti, Jr. James J., Dulin Wilma, 1997
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of parent education practices in Washington State's Even Start program, comparing the differences between urban and rural programs
Bos Johannes M., Polit Denise F., Quint Janet C., 1997
Executive Summary
An examination of the impact on the long-term self-sufficiency and well-being of poor, young mothers and their children of New Chance, a voluntary demonstration project that provided comprehensive education, training, and other services
St. Pierre Robert G., Swartz Janet, Murray Stephen, Deck Dennis, 1996
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of the effects of the Even Start Family Literacy Program, specifically regarding children?s school readiness, vocabulary, parent literacy, and parenting skills, based on data from a subset of five Even Start projects where about 200…
Prochner Larry, 1996
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A historical analysis of two nineteenth-century child care facilities and their custodial approach to child care, and the progression of custodial child care into the twentieth century
Reynolds Arthur J., Temple Judy A., 1996
Reports & Papers
Findings from a follow-up study on the correlation between participation in an early intervention program and seventh grade achievement, based on a sample of 559 low-income, Black children who participated in the Chicago Child-Parent Center and…
Layzer Jean I., St. Pierre Robert G., 1996
Other
An analysis of the reasons underlying two-generation intervention programs, the different program models, and issues related to program design, costs and implementation.
Rodriguez James L., Diaz Rafael M., Duran David, Espinosa Linda M., 1995
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the impact of systematic exposure to English during the preschool years on the language development of minority children from Spanish speaking families
Herr Toby, Halpern Robert, Majeske Ria, 1995
Other
A discussion on the necessary steps and aid for parents on welfare to move to the workforce