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Measuring Better Care: Building the Evidence to Inform Policy and Practice Around Children’s Care

This article from a special issue of Global Social Welfare represents an effort to present state-of-the-art learning about how to measure issues related to children’s care in a way that informs more effective policies and programs. The issue grows out of a 2014 symposium co-hosted by the Better Care Network and the CPC Learning Network at New York University’s McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, an event that convened a number of leading academics, policymakers, and practitioners involved in the development or implementation of key initiatives to better measure issues of children’s care at country, regional, and international levels.

Mark Canavera, Florence Martin
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