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Message ID: 9664
Date: 2014-07-16

Author:HomVEE

Subject:HomVEE Request for Comments: Inclusion of Single-Case Design Criteria on Website

The HomVEE team is proposing to revise the project website to clarify existing criteria for including results from single-case design research in the determination of program model effectiveness. HomVEE uses the same criteria as the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) for considering results from single-case designs in the determination of program model effectiveness. Currently, the HomVEE site (http://homvee.acf.hhs.gov) provides a link to the WWC (http://whatworks.ed.gov) as explanation of the criteria for both determinations of study quality and program model effectiveness. The HomVEE team proposes articulating on the HomVEE website the criteria for when single-case design results are used to make explicit which elements of the WWC language are relevant to HomVEE. Please email your comments to HVEE@mathematica-mpr.com no later than August 22, 2014. See the attached document for more information.

The HomVEE team is proposing to revise the project website to clarify existing criteria for including results from single-case design research in the determination of program model effectiveness. HomVEE uses the same criteria as the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) for considering results from single-case designs in the determination of program model effectiveness. Currently, the HomVEE site (http://homvee.acf.hhs.gov) provides a link to the WWC (http://whatworks.ed.gov) as explanation of the criteria for both determinations of study quality and program model effectiveness. The HomVEE team proposes articulating on the HomVEE website the criteria for when single-case design results are used to make explicit which elements of the WWC language are relevant to HomVEE. Please email your comments to HVEEmathematica-mpr.com no later than August 22, 2014. See the attached document for more information.