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Goal 1 Ready Schools Resource Group, Shore Rima, 1998
Other
A description of elementary school approaches and characteristics that help them to smooth the transition for incoming students from their home and child care environments
Clarke Stevens H., Campbell Frances A., 1998
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A comparison of the Abercadarian Project?s study of youth crime and delinquency among its participants with other early childhood prevention programs
Ramey Sharon L., Lanzi Robin G., Phillips Martha M., Ramey Craig T., 1998
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A survey of 4582 former Head Start children and their caregivers as teachers rated their academic performance in elementary school
Halpern Robert, Spielberger Julie, Robb Sylvan, 1998
Executive Summary
An evaluation of the Making the Most of Out-of-School Time (MOST) Initiative, which aims to improve the supply, accessibility, affordability and quality of care for low-income, school age children in Boston, Chicago and Seattle
Wong Kalani, 1998
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of Hawaii?s play and learn sessions (PALS) program, which allows working parents the ability to leave their children in an environment that provides enhanced play and learning opportunities through a quality recreation program
Kirmani Mubina Hassanali, Frieman Barry B., October 1997
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of two Indian folktales, illustrating how tales can be used in the classroom to teach primary and kindergarten age children from diverse cultural backgrounds to get along with others
Waksman Janet Seigel, 1997
Reports & Papers
A study of the relationship between school-age children?s after school child care and stress in children through analyzing life events stress, type of after-school child care, time in child care, and outcome measures of externalizing behavior,…
Pettit Gregory S., Laird Robert, Bates John E., Dodge Kenneth A., 1997
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the relationship between students? participation in differing types of after-school care in the first, third, and fifth grades and the prediction of behavioral adjustment and academic performance in the sixth grade through examination of…
Hofferth Sandra L., 1996
Other
A study of the need for and utilization of services and programs for school-age children by working-poor and working-class families compared with middle-income families, including discussion of the constraints working-poor and working-class…
DeBord Karen, Martin Marilyn, Mallilo Tony, 1996
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the best practices and influence of out-of-school time care programs for at risk children and families, emphasizing a community, school, and parent partnership approach, based on a survey of 30 out-of-school time care program project…
Caughy Margaret O'Brien, DiPietro Janet A., Strobino Donna M., 1994
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the impact of child care participation during the first 3 years of life on the cognitive functioning of low-income, school-age children
Olmsted Patricia P., 1991
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An account of the important function parent involvement programs can play in elementary education through analyzing the Follow Through educational model, with existing evidence pointing to the effect the parent involvement program has had over a…
Entwisle Doris R., Alexander Karl L., Cadigan Doris, Pallas Aaron M., 1987
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A representative sample of the cognitive effects of first-grade children?s performance on the California Achievement Test (CAT) with more kindergarten experience in Baltimore
Gersten Russell, Keaning Thomas, 1987
Other
Peer Reviewed
A discussion of direct instruction offered by the Follow Through program in primary grades and its long-term benefits for recipient students in high school, including better standardized test scores, lower drop-out rates, and higher college…
Halpern Robert, 1986
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A review of the effects of early childhood intervention programs on primary school progress and performance among low-income children in Latin America