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  1. Use of Most Significant Change in evaluating school cultures in South Australia

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    2010

    This is a summary of the example of how Most Significant Change (MSC) was used to measure “Perceptions of ‘Significant Change’ in School Cultures in South Australia” (Cornu et al 2006)

  2. Does Head Start Improve Children’s Life Chances? Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design

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    2005

    This paper analyses the Head Start program which was established to support poor families with health and education services. A new source of funding was identified , which is the main factor behind this research to identify the program’s effects on health and schooling.

  3. Tips for Utilizing Photovoice with Children and Adolescents

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    2012

    This blog by Dana Harley provides some 'hot tips' and 'rad resources' for using PhotoVoice with children and adolescents.

  4. Working with street children: monitoring and evaluation of a street children project

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    2012

    This Monitoring and Evaluation handbook is designed to be used by street educators, as well as other people working with street children.

  5. 2012 California County Scorecard of Children's Well-Being

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    2012

    This website from Children Now provides an interactive display of statistics reporting on the wellbeing of children in California.  It uses 28 indicators to rank child well-being in each of California's 58 Counties. 

  6. Children in Crisis: Good Practices in Evaluating Psychosocial Programming

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    2004

    This guide from Save the Children aims to support staff in psychosocial program design and evaluation for projects involving children.

  7. Listening to smaller voices: using an innovative participatory tool for children affected by HIV and AIDS to assess a life skills programme

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    2013

    This paper details the evaluation of a Life Skills programme implemented by Family Health International (FHI 360), India. The evaluator and author, Sonal Zaveri, describes the evaluation process used to determine how the programme had changed (or not) the lives of children who were infected, orphaned, affected or vulnerable to HIV.

  8. Quality education for all children? What works in education in developing countries

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    2013

    This paper, authored by Shari Krishnaratne, Howard White and Ella Carpenter for the  International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) demonstrates that educational initiatives in developing countries which focus on cash transfers and health interventions are having a significant impact on attendance. 

  9. Children in Focus: A Manual for Participatory Research with Children

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    1997

    This guide, edited by Jo Boyden and Judith Ennew for Save the Children Sweden, provides detailed guidance on conducting participatory field research on the situation of children in societies.  The overall aim is to provide data that can be used to develop child focused programs and advocacy.

  10. Child-to-Child: A Practical Guide Empowering Children as Active Citizens

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    2002

    This guide, written by Sara Gibbs, Gillian Mann and Nicola Mathers, outlines the Child-to-Child (CtC) approach to health and community development that is led by children. It describes the step-by-step process for implementing CtC and includes a range of tools and techniques for evaluation.

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