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

Department of Education undertook the development of a national outcomes measurement system for early childhood programs serving children with disabilities

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Focus Search - Outcomes for Children Served through IDEA’s Early Childhood Programs Part C—Early Intervention, 2009–10 Knowledge and Skills Action to meet needs Showed greater than 71% 74% 76% Exited the program within age expectations 62% 54% 60% Part B Preschool—Early Childhood Special Education, 2009–10 Showed greater than expected growth 83% 82% 82% Exited the program within age expectations 59% 52% 67% expected growth Note: Data for Part C are based on 29 states weighted to represent the nation

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Eval14: From Headlines to Sparklines: Using Media Tracking in a Real World Context (AEA 2014)

This demonstration session will showcase how media tracking was used in a developmental policy evaluation that examines the placement of early childhood development in the Monterey County, CA policy landscape. The presenters will describe their process of developing and adapting media tracking to examine the volume and nature of early childhood media coverage over time, as well as discuss considerations evaluators should take to tailor this method for their needs

AEA 2014 - Media Tracking_FINAL.pdf

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Eval14: Who Leaves Services and Why? How Evaluation Can Help Programs Improve Service Retention

Funders and social service providers increasingly recognize that equitable and accessible programs are defined by being culturally and linguistically appropriate, community-based, and convenient. But despite adoption of these best practices, some people who enroll in and start services then...

AEA 2014 - Program Attrition_FINAL.pdf