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Science-Based Innovation: Reimagining Program Development & Evaluation
Join us for a one-day training to help programs increase impact for children and families
Next training: November 18, 2019
This one-day training will provide participants with an overview of the IDEAS Impact Framework, a promising new approach for innovation in program development and evaluation, and implications of this approach for early childhood programs. This includes a set of tools that support translating science into practice in order to learn more about how an intervention works, for whom, and in what contexts. This model is designed to help teams develop stronger programs, optimize evaluation efforts, and engage in rapid-cycle learning.
Participants from a broad range of settings are encouraged to attend, including program developers and anyone who works with (or is in a position to support) young children or their families.
Learn more about the Science-Based Innovation Training and register to attend!
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