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Effects of Sure Start local programmes on children and families: Early findings from a quasi-experimental, cross sectional study
Belsky, Jay, June 2006
BMJ, 332(7556), 1476-1481

An evaluation of the impact of Sure Start local programmes, the British early intervention program, on young children and their families and to determine if variability in impact results from different implementations

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The national evaluation of Sure Start: Does area-based early intervention work?
Belsky, Jay, 2007
Bristol, United Kingdom: The Policy Press

Commentaries on the implementation, evaluation, and outcomes of Sure Start in its first three years of integrated services provision in low-income communities in the United Kingdom

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National evaluation report: Changes in the characteristics of Sure Start local programmes areas in rounds 1 to 4 between 2000/2001 and 2002/2003
Sure Start (Programme), July 2005
(Report 08, Research Report NESS/2007/FR/024). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

An examination of changes to service delivery of Sure Start local programmes (SSLP) and demographic characteristics in SSLP areas, and an inquiry into the influence of SSLPs on the well-being of the neighborhoods in which they reside as compared to those without SSLPs

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National evaluation report: Changes in the characteristics of Sure Start local programmes areas in rounds 1 to 4 between 2000/2001 and 2002/2003 [Executive summary]
Sure Start (Programme), July 2005
(Report 08, Research Report NESS/2007/FR/024). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A summary of an examination of changes to service delivery of Sure Start local programmes (SSLP) and demographic characteristics in SSLP areas, and an inquiry into the influence of SSLPs on the well-being of the neighborhoods in which they reside as compared to those without SSLPs

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National evaluation report: Characteristics of Sure Start local programmes 2001/2: Interim report on characteristics of and changes in Sure Start local programme areas in rounds 1 to 4 and a sample from round 5 between 2000/2001 and 2001/2002
Sure Start (Programme), June, 2004
(Report No. 05). Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

An investigation into the change in Sure Start local program (SSLP) areas in England from fiscal year 2000 through 2001

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National evaluation summary: Changes in the characteristics of Sure Start local programme areas: 2000/2001 to 2002/2003
Barnes, Jacqueline, July 2005
Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

Key findings from an examination of changes to service delivery of Sure Start local programmes (SSLP) and demographic characteristics in SSLP areas, and an inquiry into the influence of SSLPs on the well-being of the neighborhoods in which they reside as compared to those without SSLPs

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National evaluation summary: Characteristics of Sure Start local programmes - 2001/2
Birkbeck College. National Evaluation of Sure Start, June, 2004
Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A summary of an overview of Sure Start local programs (SSLPs) for the 2001-2002 year to identify the impact on families in the served areas from the previous year, based on the National Evaluation of Sure Start (NESS) study in England

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