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Derrick-Mills Teresa, Isaacs Julia B., Greenberg Erica, Michie Molly, Stevens Kathryn, 2018
First, we provide the research questions for this methods brief and summarize the research questions we explored in the full report. Next, we discuss the CCDF Policies Database and the policies and rates that our study examined. The bulk of this…
Halle Tamara, Vick Jessica, Anderson Rachel, March, 2010
Profiles of instruments designed to measure the quality of early care and education settings, including information on instrument program target age and setting, purpose, administration, key constructs and scoring, and reliability and validity
Yohalem Nicole, Wilson-Ahlstrom Alicia, January, 2009
A guide to observational instruments for measuring out-of-school time program quality, including the instruments' purpose, structure, content, and technical properties
Langill Carolyn Clawson, Elicker James, Ruprecht Karen, Kwon Kyong-Ah, Guenin Joellen, January, 2009
A description of the methodology and measures used in the evaluation of Paths to QUALITY, the quality rating and improvement system (QRIS) in Indiana, with a focus on data collection and quality and outcome measures
Yohalem Nicole, Wilson-Ahlstrom Alicia, Fischer Sean, Shinn Marybeth, March 2007
A guide comparing the purpose, structure, content and technical properties of tools to assess youth program quality