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decguide.jpgEarly Childhood Program Evaluations: A Decision-Maker’s Guide


Increasing demands for evidence-based early childhood services and the need by policymakers to know whether a program is effective or whether it warrants a significant investment of public and/or private funds—coupled with the often-politicized debate around these topics—make it imperative for policymakers and civic leaders to have the independent knowledge needed to be able to evaluate the quality and relevance of the evidence provided in reports.

This clear, concise guide from the National Forum on Early Childhood Policy and Programs helps prepare decision-makers to be better consumers of evaluation information by posing five key questions that address both the substance and the practical utility of rigorous evaluation research.

 

 


 

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decision-guide-thumb.gifEarly Childhood Program Evaluations: A Decision-Maker’s Guide

This interactive feature from the National Forum on Early Childhood Policy and Programs helps prepare decision-makers to be better consumers of evaluation information by posing five key questions that address both the substance and the practical utility of rigorous evaluation research. This feature is based on the 2007 report, also titled Early Childhood Program Evaluations: A Decision-Maker's Guide, from the National Forum on Early Childhood Policy and Programs.

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