Evaluating child and family demonstration initiatives: Lessons from the Comprehensive Child Development Program
Gilliam, Walter S.;
Ripple, Carol H.;
Zigler, Edward F.;
||A discussion of alleged shortcomings in both implementation and evaluation of the comprehensive Child Development Program that addresses the roles of demonstration projects and their evaluations, the problems associated the evaluation of programs early in their implementation, the importance of assuring appropriate treatment quantity and quality, and the judicious use and interpretation of large-scale randomized evaluations
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