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Feller Avi, Grindal Todd, Miratrix Luke W., Page Lindsay C., 30 December, 2014
Reports & Papers
Early childhood education research often compares a group of children who receive the intervention of interest to a group of children who receive care in a range of different care settings. In this paper, we estimate differential impacts of an early…
Hsueh JoAnn, Lowenstein Amy E., Morris Pamela A., Mattera Shira K., Bangser Michael, December, 2014
Reports & Papers
This report presents exploratory impact findings for 3-year-olds from the Head Start CARES demonstration, a large-scale randomized controlled trial implemented in Head Start centers for one academic year across the country. The goal was to test the…
Hsueh JoAnn, Lowenstein Amy E., Morris Pamela A., Mattera Shira K., Bangser Michael, December, 2014
Executive Summary
This report presents exploratory impact findings for 3-year-olds from the Head Start CARES demonstration, a large-scale randomized controlled trial implemented in Head Start centers for one academic year across the country. The goal was to test the…
Kids Count North Dakota (Project), December, 2014
Fact Sheets & Briefs
This fact sheet provides data revealing the increase in child population from 2000-2013 in North Dakota, as well as reporting child characteristics by county.
Hsueh JoAnn, Lowenstein Amy E., Morris Pamela A., Mattera Shira K., Bangser Michael, December, 2014
Fact Sheets & Briefs
This report presents exploratory impact findings for 3-year-olds from the Head Start CARES demonstration, a large-scale randomized controlled trial implemented in Head Start centers for one academic year across the country. The goal was to test the…
Vivanti Giacomo, Paynter Jessica, Duncan Ed, Fothergill Hannah, Dissanayake Cheryl, Rogers Sally J., Victorian ASELCC Team, December, 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A recent study documented the efficacy of the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) delivered in a 1:1 fashion. In the current study we investigated the effectiveness and feasibility of the ESDM in the context of a long-day care community service, with a…
Nebraska. State Department of Education, December, 2014
Reports & Papers
This report examines the characteristics and participant outcomes of public early childhood education programs in Nebraska. In 2013-2014, these programs served 13,593 children and received more than $97 million in support. Findings are presented for…
Rhode Island. Department of Education, December, 2014
Reports & Papers
In 2009, Rhode Island established a state-funded pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K) program. The pilot program initially included 126 four-year-old children and their families. It is currently expanding and will include 1,062 children across the state by 2022…
Rhode Island. Department of Education, December, 2014
Executive Summary
This initial report shares the findings from the NIEER study and evaluation report of the 2009-2011 RI Pre-K Demonstration Project, describes the growth of the state pre-K program, and provides details regarding Rhode Island's commitment to ongoing…
Brostrom Stig, Johansson Inge, Sandberg Anette, Frokjaer Thorleif, December, 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
The aim of this study was to examine how preschool teachers in Sweden and Denmark perceive children's learning in preschool. The study aimed to answer the following questions: What is 'learning'? How do children learn? What are the best conditions…
Nah Kwi-Ok, December, 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Child assessment practices in English and Korean preschools were compared by analysing data from interviews with educators, examples of child assessment, and official documents from each country. Child assessment in England was systematically…
Hawkins Karen, December, 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Drawing on a Participatory Action Research (PAR) study that was undertaken in two Australian preschool settings this article examines strategies that support the pedagogy of teaching for social justice and outlines how these strategies raised…
Graziano Paulo A., Slavec Janine, Hart Katie C., Garcia Alexis, Pelham William E., December, 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
To examine a) the feasibility of delivering a summer treatment program for pre-kindergarteners (STP-PreK) with externalizing behavior problems (EBP) and b) the extent to which the STP-PreK was effective in improving children's school readiness…
Bulotsky-Shearer Rebecca J., Bell Elizabeth R., Romero Sandy L., Clopet Tracy M. Carter, December, 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Given theoretical and empirical support for the importance of peer play within the preschool classroom to early learning, the present study tested the hypothesis that associations between teacher-reported problem behavior and academic skills were…
Papadopoulou Kalliroi, Tsermidou Lia, Dimitrakaki Christina, Agapidaki Eirini, Oikonomidou Despoina, Petanidou Dimitra, Tountas Yiannis, Giannakopoulos George, December, 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Existing research underscores the significance of early childhood experiences in the childcare context for the development of socioemotional skills and competencies. However, the practices adopted within childcare for the enhancement of children's…