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Wilson-Ahlstrom Alicia, Yohalem Nicole, DuBois David L., Ji Peter, Hillaker Barb, January, 2014
Helping to build what are often referred to as "social-emotional" or "21st century skills" is an important contribution that many youth programs make and more could be making. Yet these efforts remain underrepresented in the program evaluation…
Najarian Michelle, Pollack Judith M., Sorongon Alberto, Hausken Elvira Germino, September 2009
A description of the design of the assessments used in the spring 2007 data collection of the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study to measure cognitive and social development of children in the eighth grade
Duran Frances, Wilson Susan B., Carroll David, April, 2005
The ultimate goal of this toolkit is to help state agencies strengthen their data and research infrastructure. It provides an assessment tool to help agencies determine their enhancement needs as well as guidelines on how to approach implementation…