Mathematica has launched a new five-year descriptive study of Early Head Start, the Early Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (Baby FACES 2018), to guide program technical assistance, management, and policy.
Related Projects for Pia Caronongan
Early Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey: Baby FACES 2018Feb 06, 2017
Assessing the Implementation and Cost of High Quality Early Care and EducationMay 16, 2016
The goal of the project is to create an instrument to measure implementation and costs of providing ECE services in centers that serve children from birth to age 5. The project focuses on measuring each center’s efforts to support quality ECE and the costs of operating the center.
Early Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (Baby FACES)Jan 14, 2016
The Early Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (Baby FACES) is designed to be a rich source of data describing the experiences of children and their families in Early Head Start.
How Effective Is Home Visiting?Jan 06, 2016
The Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness study is a thorough and transparent review of the home visiting research literature and an assessment of the evidence of effectiveness for home visiting programs that serve families with pregnant women and children from birth to age 5.
Evaluating Child Care Quality Rating Systems (QRS)Jun 05, 2015
Mathematica's assessment involved gathering, analyzing, and organizing information to inform each piece of the QRS logic model. We also helped states better understand the full picture, the interactions that can occur, intended and unintended consequences of policy and implementation.
Universal Preschool Child Outcomes Study (UPCOS)Sep 22, 2014
The Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LAUP) was created to increase the number of preschool slots available in the most underserved Los Angeles' communities. Since 2007, Mathematica has conducted this study to provide descriptive information about the diverse population LAUP serves.