National evaluation of the Even Start Family Literacy Program: 1994-1997 final report
The second national evaluation of the Even Start Family Literacy Program, examining what has changed and what has remained stable over its first eight years, specifically addressing who and what is served by the program, federal funding methods, participant's developmental and educational gains, best practices, and the success with which the program is reaching its target population
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National evaluation of the Even Start Family Literacy Program: 1994-1997 final report [Executive summary]
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