Smart Start client information system: Feasibility study

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Maxwell, Kelly; Bernier, Kathleen; Bryant, Donna M.; Lowman, Betsy;
Date Issued: 1998
Publisher(s): Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center
Description: An examination of a client information system to measure all the children and families served by Smart Start, a North Carolina Early Childhood Initiative which partners state government, local leaders, service providers, and families to serve young children
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Source: Chapel Hill, NC: Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center. (No longer accessible as of September 25, 2013)
Note: This resource is part of the Smart Start Evaluation.
Topics: Child Care & Early Education Quality > Quality Initiatives

Programs, Interventions & Curricula > Programs > Integrated Services Programs

Service Delivery
Country: United States
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