Office of Child Development and Early Learning: Program Reach and Risk Assessment: State fiscal year 2016-17
In order to support governmental transparency and sound programmatic decisions regarding the administration of early care and education programs, the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) annually compiles its Program Reach and Risk Assessment Report. This report provides information on the level of risk for school failure for children (based on 16 risk factors) and the availability, or reach, of most OCDEL programs to children in each county and school district in Pennsylvania. The Reach and Risk Report includes data for all children under age five and a breakdown of program reach by infants/toddlers (birth -- two years) and preschool (ages three and four). (author abstract)
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Office of Child Development and Early Learning: Program reach and risk assessment: State fiscal year 2016-17 [Executive summary]