What makes a difference : Early Head Start evaluation findings in a developmental context
Source:Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development ; v. 78, no. 1, Wiley, Boston, Mass., p.173 (2013)
Call Number:Cubb LB1103 .S6 V.78:NO. 1
Keywords:Early Head Start (Program)--Evaluation, Poor children--Education--United States--Evaluation, Preschool children--Services for--United States--Evaluation
Contents: Background literature review pertaining to the Early Head Start study / Helen H. Raikes, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, and John M. Love -- Design and methods in the Early Head Start study / Richard A. Faldowski ... [et al.] -- Impacts of Early Head Start participation on child and parent outcomes at ages 2, 3, and 5 / Cheri Vogel ... [et al.] -- Family subgroups and impacts at ages 2, 3, and 5 : variability by race-ethnicity and demographic risk / Helen H. Raikes, Cheri Vogel, and John M. Love -- Program subgroups : patterns of impacts for home-based, center-based, and mixed-approach programs / Rachel Chazan-Cohen, Helen H. Raikes, and Cheri Vogel -- Links between early care and education experiences birth to age 5 and prekindergarten outcomes / Rachel Chazan-Cohen and Ellen E. Kiskier -- Conclusions and implications / Jeanne Brooks-Gunn ... [et al.].; Summary: "A randomized trial evaluated the efficacy of 17 Early Head Start (EHS) programs ... "--P.  of cover.