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Hawaii State School Readiness Assessment: State results: School year 2013-2014

The Hawaii State School Readiness Assessment is a critical component of the School Readiness Task Force's strategy to improve school readiness and student achievement. This tool provides annual school and system level accountability for Hawaii's investments in early childhood programs and services. HSSRA reports for individual schools, complex areas and the state overall are available on School level data are compiled into two profiles: Early Education Profile: has background school information and the degree to which educational policies and practices that support early learning are in place at the school. Kindergarten Class Profile: indicates how consistently entering kindergarten students display key skills and characteristics necessary for successful learning experiences in school. HSSRA results are useful for school improvement planning and for planning effective transition programs for entering kindergarten students and their families. Kindergarten teachers may use the results for planning classroom instruction to meet the needs and strengths of entering kindergartners. (author abstract)
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United States

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