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Eval11 Session 985: Performance Evaluation on National Policies and Strategies for Child Development

The purpose of this research was to evaluate effectiveness, efficiency and result of management and performance in national policies and strategies for child development by mixed methods evaluation

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Focus Search - As a result, Thailand’s policies, strategies and plan of action on child development focus on 11 key priorities



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Eval11 Session 984: Evaluating Whether or Not Stereotype Threat Could Be Occurring in California's Child Welfare Common Core Training Program

In California’s Child Welfare Common Core Training Program, Caucasian trainees have often scored higher on posttests, and occasionally have increased their scores more from pre to posttest than trainees in one or more other racial/ethnic groups. However, previous analyses in which items showing...

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Eval10 Session 259: Perils, Pitfalls, and Successes: The Implementation of a RCT to Examine the Effects of Alternative Response in Child Welfare

Power Point Presentation and handout from session on "Perils, Pitfalls, and Successes: The Implementation of a RCT to Examine the Effects of Alternative Response in Child Welfare" - part of multipaper Session 259 'Implementing Quality Randomized Control Trials in Human Service Evaluations:...

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Focus Search - All of these counties participate in a statewide Leadership Council to assure the sharing of experiences and the joint development of practice improvements



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Eval10 Session 299:Use of Fidelity Scores in Measuring OUtcomes for Children Involved in the Child Welfare System

Power Point Presentation & handout from Session 299 "Use of Fidelity Scores in Measuring Outcomes for Children Involved in the Child Welfare System" - AEA 2010 #'Child #Welfare' #'Fidelity' #HumanServicesEvaluation #'Outcomes' #2010Conference

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Focus Search - In the development of a visitation model for implementation, demonstration counties noted that frequency, visit duration, parent attendance and supervision were all important aspects of parent-child visits; nonetheless they do not necessarily ensure a productive visit