Proceedings from a Working Meeting on School Readiness Research: Guiding the Synthesis of Early Childhood Research. Endnotes

12/15/2009

1. The ECLS-K, a longitudinal study of a nationally-representative sample of children beginning in kindergarten, used a set of measures developed for the study that borrowed subtests and items from existing tests to create a battery that could be applied from kindergarten through fifth grade. The FACES study used an extensive battery that included several subtests from standardized measures of language and preliteracy skills, as well as some measures developed for the study.

2. Childrens attention-related skills and self-regulation were also important predictors; other social and emotional behaviors, such as aggression, disruptive behavior were not predictive for either gender or any social class.

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