Describes the data collection protocol, laboratory protocol, and the distributional characteristics of biomarker data, one of three components of the Longitudinal Aging Study in India.
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Validation Studies for Early Learning and Care Quality Rating and Improvement Systems: A Review of the LiteratureJune 11, 2014
Reviews the set of studies that seek to validate quality rating and improvement systems and discusses the opportunities for future validation studies.
As a first step in a larger study of Delaware Stars, a voluntary quality rating and improvement system (QRIS) for early learning and care programs, RAND researchers examined prior QRIS validation research, analyzed Delaware Stars administrative data, conducted key stakeholder interviews and focus groups, and implemented a virtual pilot test using national data to identify relationships between program quality and child developmental outcomes.
The American Life PanelJune 6, 2014
The American Life Panel (ALP) is a nationally representative internet survey panel maintained by RAND Labor and Population.
The Socioeconomic Effects of the Working Poor Moving to Permanent Dwellings: The Case of the Ashray Affordable Housing Pilot Project in IndiaMay 30, 2014
RAND Corporation researchers assessed the socioeconomic effects that moving into permanent dwellings — in particular, into the Ashray Affordable Housing Pilot Project in India — has on the working poor. Low-cost housing projects may help low-income workers and their families improve their living conditions, while still allowing developers to recover their costs.