Early Childhood Matters 100 - Following footsteps: ECD tracer studies

Are children different at the age of 10 if they took part in a programme at the age of 4 or 5? Does a 12-year old benefit because his mother was in a parenting programme when she was an adolescent? Do people really change because they were trained in giving care in an early child development programme? This edition is based on tracer studies that have followed the 'footsteps' of children, adolescents, parents and others to find out what has happened to them five or more years after they participated in an early childhood development programme. The articles include descriptions of methods, findings from the studies, and discussions on ways in which they can be used.

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