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Eval11 Session 992: Narrowing the Gap: Examining the social and economic gaps among a random sample of direct service participants

First 5 Monterey County implemented a longitudinal parent interview evaluation study that allowed evaluators to look at how the relationship between social and economic family characteristics and program and child outcomes changed over one year

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Eval11 Session 449: Performance Management in Action: A National Measurement System for Early Childhood Outcomes

Presentation slides and handouts for conference session with the following abstract: In response to the federal push for results-based performance indicators, the U.S. Department of Education undertook the development of a national outcomes measurement system for early childhood programs...

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Focus Search - OSEP: PART evaluation results (2002) 130 programs examined in 2002; 50% programs had no performance data Programs looking at inputs, not results Part C and Section 619 No child outcome data - “results not demonstrated” Department of Education needs to develop a strategy to collect annual performance data in a timely manner 11 Early Childhood Outcomes Center 11 During the 2003 budget period, the Administration rated approximately 130 federal programs on their effectiveness using part 50% of the these programs had no performance data Programs tend to use inputs or process data, rather than results or outcome data Specifically for Part C and Section 619: did not do well in the area of accountability/results because there were no long-term child outcome goals; no child outcome data