Early childhood program evaluations: A decision-makerís guide

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): National Forum on Early Childhood Program Evaluation;
Date Issued: December 2007
Publisher(s): Harvard University. Center on the Developing Child
Description: Guidelines for determining the validity of experimental studies in the field of child care and early education
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Funder(s): Buffett Early Childhood Fund ; Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation
Source: Boston: Harvard University, Center on the Developing Child. Retrieved August, 23 2010 from http://developingchild.harvard.edu/index.php/download_file/-/view/68/
Topics: Research & Evaluation Methods > Research Methods
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