OPRE Study: Variations in Implementation of Quality Interventions (VIQI) [Pilot, Impact, Process Studies]

OMB 0970-0508

OMB 0970-0508

The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (OPRE) has launched the Variations in Implementation of Quality Interventions (VIQI): Examining the Quality-Child Outcomes Relationship in Child Care and Early Education Project. VIQI is a large-scale, experimental study that aims to inform policymakers, practitioners, and stakeholders about effective ways to support the quality and effectiveness of early care and education (ECE) centers for promoting young children’s learning and development by building rigorous evidence that aims to: 1) identify dimensions of quality within ECE settings that are key levers for promoting children’s outcomes; 2) inform what levels of quality are necessary to successfully support children’s developmental gains; 3) identify drivers that facilitate and inhibit successful implementation of interventions aimed at strengthening quality; and, 4) understand how these relations vary across different ECE settings, staff and children – all noted gaps in the knowledge base guiding policy, investments, and practice in the ECE field.

The latest form for OPRE Study: Variations in Implementation of Quality Interventions (VIQI) [Pilot, Impact, Process Studies] expires 2021-05-31 and can be found here.

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Attachment A.1: Landscaping protocol with Stakeholder Agencies (staff burden in Head Start (HS) grantee and community-based child care agencies)

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