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Suggested Citation:"Part 2: Papers." National Research Council. 1982. Learning from Experience: Evaluating Early Childhood Demonstration Programs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9007.
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Suggested Citation:"Part 2: Papers." National Research Council. 1982. Learning from Experience: Evaluating Early Childhood Demonstration Programs. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9007.
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ParL 2: Papers To facilitate the panel's discussion of the evaluation of children's programs, panel members together with out- side consultants prepared a number of background papers. Each paper covers a specific type of program: health, day care, family service, and preschool compensatory education programs and programs for the handicapped. In addition, two panel members wrote a paper on the communi- cation and dissemination of the results of evaluation. These supporting papers were commissioned by the panel to provide a basis for discussion and serve as a refer- ence source for the panel's report. Views represented in the papers are those of the individual authors. The panel as a whole did not approve each formally, although all papers were discussed by the panel and modified by their authors in light of this discussion. 55 1

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