Implementing Even Start-Home Visiting (Birth to Age 5)

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Implementation last updated: 2013

The information in this profile reflects feedback, if provided, from this model’s developer as of the above date. The description of the implementation of the model(s) here may differ from how the model(s) was implemented in the research reviewed to determine this model’s evidence of effectiveness. Inclusion in the implementation report does not mean the practices described meet the HHS criteria for evidence of effectiveness. Similarly, models described here may not all have impact studies, and those with impact studies may vary in their effectiveness. Please see the Effectiveness button on the left for more information about research on the effectiveness of the models discussed here.

Materials and forms to support implementation

Operations manuals

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The Guide to Quality (formally, The Guide to Quality: Even Start Family Literacy Program Implementation and Continuous Improvement Volume I [Revised]) covers lessons learned by Even Start program staff in the field and research that informs practice. The guide provides examples of approaches that have led to successful outcomes; they are not program requirements. The report was supported by a contract between RMC Research Corporation and the U.S. Department of Education.

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Service delivery forms

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Assessment tools

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Curriculum

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Available languages

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Fidelity measurement

The U.S. Department of Education established performance measures that included age-appropriate assessments of participating children in oral language, vocabulary, and letter recognition. States were required to report these measures, and other data, on the Department’s Annual Consolidated State Performance Report. Each local project was required to conduct an independent evaluation to support program improvement. In addition, states may have developed state-specific indicators of program quality and used them to monitor, evaluate, and improve local projects within the state.

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Fidelity standards

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Implementation notes

The information contained on this page was last updated in April 2013. Recommended Further Reading lists the sources for this information. In addition, the information contained in this profile was reviewed for accuracy by the U. S. Department of Education on April 12, 2013. HomVEE reserves the right to edit the profile for clarity and consistency.

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