Randomized Control Trial and qualitative research into the progress of 50 homeless families which received immediatly housing and special social services. 100 families are a control group, scale-up is planned to 400 families in total after 2017. The first results will be available in autumn 2017, the final ones in summer 2018.
Evaluation how well underprivileged children were supported in pre-school education and to what extent they were succesful at mainstream primary schools. The evaluation was participatory from planning to reporting. To assess the quality of pre-school education, 25% of children have gone through individual diagnostics.
Evaluation to what extent 50 teachers acquired the skills and were ready to become trainers in the areas of differentiation, polytechnic education and school readiness. Evaluation was an integral part of the programme. Finally, teachers presented to one another their trainings and received a structured feedback from all participants.
The Most Significant Change method was used along other methods to find out about impacts the human rights programme Fair Play of Amnesty International had on primary school pupils. This is a mixed evaluation, where evaluator trained volunteers to collect stories of change, to conduct evaluation sessions and to report.
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