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The Atlantic Philanthropies' Disadvantaged Children and Youth Program in Ireland and Northern Ireland: Overview of Program Evaluation Findings

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  • Diane Paulsell
  • Patricia Del Grosso
  • Mark Dynarski
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    To address the unmet needs of disadvantaged children, the Children and Youth program supports services aimed at promoting healthy development of young children, to prevent later problems by intervening early in a problem cycle, when services are less costly and may have a greater chance for success. Despite challenges, the program has been a catalyst for change in encouraging government investment in evidence-based prevention and early intervention programs, promoting evidence-based practice among service providers, and engaging the academic sector in policy-oriented research. The report includes strategies for future directions.

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    Length: 58
    Date of creation: 30 Jan 2009
    Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:1828ad3e05e24a10a9b8989a8e705d94
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