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Alkon Abbey, Ramler Malia, MacLennan Katharine, Winter 2003
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Gibson Christina M., December, 2003
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This paper analyzes how variation in participant take-up rates affected the impacts of the New Hope project, a random-assignment, anti-poverty program. New Hope offered experimental members four benefits--child care subsidies, wage subsidies, health…
Gosling Sam, Rentfrow Peter J., Swann William B., December, 2003
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National Centre for Social Research (Great Britain), October, 2003
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A paper examining the methodological issues involved in combining two child care surveys in the United Kingdom
Great Britain. Department for Education and Skills, Sure Start (Programme), October 2003
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A discussion of the Early Years and Childcare International Evidence Project commissioned by Great Britain?s Department of Education and Skills that provides an introduction to issues in cross-national work, to the methods used in this study, and to…
Puolakanaho Anne, Poikkeus Anna-Maija, Ahonen Timo, Tolvanen Asko, Lyytinen Heikki, September/October 2003
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An examination of Finnish preschool children's emerging literacy skills through the use of computer animation tasks as methods of assessment
Bradley Robert H., Caldwell Bettye M., Corwyn Robert F., Fall 2003
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Fabes Richard A., Martin Carol Lynn, Hanish Laura, Anders Mary C., Madden-Derdich Debra A., September 2003
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Herr Research Center, Fall 2003
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An overview of the role that assessment can have in improving curricula and instruction in the early childhood classroom