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An analysis of early literacy assessments used for instruction
Meisels, Samuel J., 2001
(CIERA Report No. 2-013). Ann Arbor, MI: Center for the Improvement of Early Reading Achievement.
A literature review analyzing assessments used to obtain instructionally relevant information about the literacy performance of children in kindergarten through third grade
Evaluations of after-school programs: A meta-evaluation of methodologies and narrative synthesis of findings
Scott-Little, Catherine, 2002
American Journal of Evaluation, 23(4), 387-419
A review of literature examining the characteristics of after school evaluation studies that have been made public, conform to evaluation standards, and requirements and suggest the effectiveness of after school programs
Preschool inclusion in the United States: A review of research from an ecological systems perspective
Odom, Samuel L., March 2004
Journal of Research in Special Education Needs, 4(1), 17-49
A review of previous research on the inclusion of preschool children with special needs, using an ecological systems conceptual framework to focus on research on child characteristics, family perspectives, and social policy
Review of extended-day and after-school programs and their effectiveness
Fashola, Olatokunbo S., 1998
(Report No. 24). Baltimore: Center for Research on the Education of Students Placed at Risk.
A review of thirty-four afterschool and extended day programs and their influence on improving student outcomes and ability to be replicated in other locations
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