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Targeted vs. Universality: What Does the Evidence Say?

April 11, 2012

Discussants & presentations:

Michal Perlman (Associate Professor, OISE/UT)
Targeted vs. Universal Intervention (pdf)

Jenny Jenkins (Atkinson Centre Chair and Professor, OISE/UT)
Universal vs Targeted: How to Improve the Well-Being of Children (pdf)

Michael Baker (Professor, School of Public Policy and Governance, UT)
Some Challenges to Constructing the Evidence Base for Universal Children’s Programs (pdf)

Kerry McCuaig (Fellow in Early Childhood Policy at the Atkinson Centre)
'Universal': The Term is Not Universal (pdf)

Erica Okezie Phillips (PhD Candidate, OISE/UT; Program Officer, Education, McCormick Foundation, Chicago IL)
Universal vs. Targeted Early Childhood Programs: Can We Cut and Invest at the Same Time? (pdf)

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