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Can Following Footsteps affect policy?


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Abstract: This article was compiled from interviews and conversations conducted during the Following Footsteps tracer studies workshop, Jamaica, April 2002. Here we look at four examples that can help us to understand the relationships between the original programme, the choices that were made about how to conduct a study, decisions about what elements to include in it, and the impact that could be made on policy.
Authors: Cohen, R.N.
Country: United States , Ireland , Kenya , Botswana
Category: Research
End Page: 53
Serial number: 100
ISSN: 1387-9553
Journal: Early Childhood Matters
Keywords: research , evaluation , policy
Language: eng
Organization: Bernard van Leer Foundation
Year: 2002
Region: North America , Western Europe , East Africa , Southern Africa
Right: © 2002 Bernard van Leer Foundation
Subject: Information, Knowledge and Communication
Start Page: 50
Title: Can Following Footsteps affect policy?