DMA Dialogues | Guiding Questions for Choosing the Right Tools to Measure Early Childhood Outcomes Why, What, Who, and How
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Guiding Questions for Choosing the Right Tools to Measure Early Childhood Outcomes Why, What, Who, and How

World Bank

Guiding Questions for Choosing the Right Tools to Measure Early Childhood Outcomes Why, What, Who, and How

A growing understanding of the
importance of children’s earliest years has led to an
increasing desire to measure early childhood development
(ECD) outcomes. There are now nearly 150 tools for measuring
ECD outcomes internationally, which can make it challenging
to choose an appropriate measurement tool for a given
measurement effort. This document guides the user through
the why, who, what, and how questions that must be
considered prior to selecting tools for measuring ECD
outcomes. Users should document their responses at each step
to collate the information needed to identify and select an
appropriate ECD measurement tool.