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Leow Christine S., Hilado Aimee, Limlingan Maria Cristina, Howard Eboni C., June, 2014
In an effort to bring rigorous research into the education and social sciences field, the past decade had seen an increase in the advocacy of randomized controlled trials. The argument in favor of using randomized controlled trial is that one can…
Meisels Samuel J., Atkins-Burnett Sally, 2006
A discussion of the history of and issues involved in testing young children for purposes of identification, instructional improvement, and program evaluation
Pratt James Edward, Kay David, 2004
Eight case studies examining the linkages from staff development, to teacher use of instructional strategies, to the performance of K-3 students in early literacy skills of phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension
Pence Alan R., 1998
A description of the process of developing Western approaches to Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) through workshops in Africa and Southeast Asia
Dillon Jean, Statham June, 1998
An exploration of the practice, organization, and local implications of subsidized child care in the United Kingdom beneath The England and Wales Children Act of 1989, using Department of Health data from a 1996 research project