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MAKING A CASE FOR ECCD: IMPACT EVALUATION OF SAVE THE CHILDREN PHILIPPINES ECCD PROGRAM

By Maricel B. Ceido Maya P. Nayo Mariel Joy S. Sampang

Abstract

Save the Children Philippines has been collecting data on child development outcomes, parenting knowledge and quality learning environment the past years. The aim is to establish evidence on the impact of early childhood education programs to children from urban and rural communities, as well as generate good practices to inform future programming and advocacy. For this study, we used quantitative methods and collected data and analyze them to investigate on (a) levels of competency in all domains among children who participated in the different early education programs, (b) levels of knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) attained by parents who took part in the Parent Education Sessions (PES), and (c) Quality Learning Environment (QLE) levels of the ECE centers. The study also looked at differences between sexes (male versus female), if any, and between contexts (urban versus rural).

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