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Resource Type:Methods ;
Pub Year:2008 [remove] ;
Early childhood assessment: Why, what, and how?
National Research Council (U.S.), 2008
Washington, DC: National Academies Press.
A discussion of developmental outcomes for children from birth to age five and a review of instruments used in developmental assessment
Expanding early childhood care and education: How much does it cost?: A proposal for a methodology to estimate the costs of early childhood care and education at macro-level, applied to the Arab States
van Ravens, Jan, March 2008
(Working Papers in Early Childhood Development 46). The Hague, Netherlands: Bernard van Leer Foundation.
A method for calculating the average costs per child per year of providing early childhood care and education services for preschool age children and for infants and toddlers in Arab states
Measurement tools for evaluating out-of-school time programs: An evaluation resource
Wimer, Christopher, August 2008
(Out-of-School Time Evaluation Snapshot No. 6). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Family Research Project.
An updated and expanded table of instruments used to evaluate out-of-school time child care programs and participants
An overview of Markov Chain Methods for the study of stage-sequential developmental processes
Kaplan, David, March 2008
Developmental Psychology, 44(2), 457-467
An overview of selected statistical methodologies for the study of stage-sequential development, using as an example the reading proficiency of children above and below the poverty line
Study of market prices: Validating child care market rate surveys
Grobe, Deana, September 2008
(Technical Report) Corvallis: Oregon State University Family Policy Program
Guidance for increasing the validity of child care market rate surveys, including the selection of survey design, data sources, and data collection methods, and a discussion of cost considerations
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