Using data from the Head Start Impact Study, this paper examines variation in Head Start effects across individual children, policy-relevant subgroups of children, and Head Start centers. It finds that past estimates of the average effect of Head Start programs mask a wide range of relative program effectiveness.
Situating Child Care and Child Care Subsidy Use in the Daily Routines of Lower-Income Families
Welfare-Reliant Women’s Post-TANF Views of Work-Family Trade-offs and Marriage
Methodological Lessons from an Evaluation of Accelerated Schools
The Effects of Welfare and Employment Programs on Child Care
The Effects of Program Management and Services, Economic Environment, and Client Characteristics
New Experimental Evidence on Financial Work Incentives and Pre-Employment Services