Making Replication Work: Building Infrastructure to Implement, Scale-up, and Sustain Evidence-Based Early Childhood Home Visiting Programs with Fidelity (Issue Brief)

Making Replication Work: Building Infrastructure to Implement, Scale-up, and Sustain Evidence-Based Early Childhood Home Visiting Programs with Fidelity (Issue Brief)

Findings from the EBHV National Evaluation
Published: Jun 17, 2014
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research
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Authors

Kimberly Boller

Deborah Daro

Diane Paulsell

Bonnie Hart

Brandon Coffee-Borden

Debra Strong

Margaret Hargreaves

Mathematica and its partner, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago, conducted a national cross-site evaluation of the Supporting Evidence-Based Home Visiting to Prevent Child Maltreatment (EBHV) initiative. Using a mixed-methods approach, the national cross-site evaluation was designed to (1) examine the degree to which system change occurred, (2) document the fidelity with which the program models were implemented, and (3) identify implementation strategies and challenges.

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