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Updating the economic impacts of the highscope perry preschool program
Schweinhart (2005) This article derives an updated cost-benefit ratio for the High/Scope Perry Preschool Program, an intensive preschool intervention delivered during the 1960s to at-risk children in Ypsilanti, Michigan. In this article from the National Association for Young Children's journal Young Children, 66(6), authors Jason T. Steven Barnett discuss how private preschool providers have played an important role in the expansion of state pre-K across the country and examine how these collaborations work.
Program costs are compared against treatment impacts on educational resources, earnings, criminal activity, and welfare receipt….
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This report reviews the evidence on why a major investment in America’s children is such a promising economic strategy that can provide substantial social benefits—and that would more than pay for itself over time.
It highlights four particular tranches of benefits: 1.
Duncan, Hirokazu Yoshikawa Early Grade Teacher Effectiveness and Pre-K Effect Persistence December 2015 Authors found a positive interaction between teaching quality and state pre-K exposure through comparing student-level data from a statewide pre-K experiment with records of teacher observation scores.
September 2014 Researchers found that preschool mathematics ability predicts mathematics achievement through age 15, even after accounting for early reading, cognitive skills, and family and child characteristics but that growth in mathematical ability between age 54 months and first grade is an even stronger predictor of adolescent mathematics achievement. , September 2010 Researchers found that although they may improve oral language skills, vocabulary interventions even in the preschool and kindergarten years are not sufficiently powerful to close the gap between middle- and upper-income and at-risk children. Welsh, Damon Jones A Response to “Where I Stand on Standardization” by Lilian G. ’ The Controversy Over Universal Pre-K” by Susan B.
This study capitalizes on the random assignment design of the Head Start Impact Study to…
(2016) Attending high-quality early childhood care and education (ECCE) is associated with higher cognitive and social-emotional skills, especially for children growing up in poverty, but access to high-quality ECCE is limited.
- -Inequality in Preschool Education and School Readiness -A Meta-Analysis of Class Sizes and Ratios in Early Childhood Education Programs: Are Thresholds of Quality Associated With Greater Impacts on Cognitive, Achievement, and Socioemotional Outcomes? - -A Meta-Analysis of Class Sizes and Ratios in Early Childhood Education Programs: Are Thresholds of Quality Associated With Greater Impacts on Cognitive, Achievement, and Socioemotional Outcomes?
The present study uses data from 1904 Head Start participants enrolled in the Head… Using a sample of low-income, predominantly ethnic-minority children (n = 381)…