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East Baton Rouge Parish Prekindergarten Results 2006-07 School Year. Craig T. Ramey, Ph.D. Director, Center for Health and Education Georgetown University Billy R. Stokes, Ed.D., MBA Director, Center for Child Development University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ouida Forsyth, Ed.S.

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east baton rouge parish prekindergarten results 2006 07 school year

East Baton Rouge Parish Prekindergarten Results2006-07 School Year

Craig T. Ramey, Ph.D.

Director, Center for Health and Education

Georgetown University

Billy R. Stokes, Ed.D., MBA

Director, Center for Child Development

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Ouida Forsyth, Ed.S.

Project Manager, Center for Child Development

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Gary J. Asmus, Ph.D.

MIS Director, Center for Child Development

University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Carl M. Brezausek, M.S.

UAB Center for Educational Accountability

enrollment
Enrollment
  • East Baton Rouge provided approximately 100 classrooms for four-year-old students in the 2006-07 school year.
high quality indicators la 4
High Quality Indicators - LA 4
  • High Quality Academic Standards:
    • Pre and Post assessment
    • Pass/fail criteria prohibited
    • Portfolios to form plans for ongoing individual instruction.
    • Longitudinal research
      • Retention, Special Education Placement, Reading, Student Achievement (English Language Arts, Math, Science, & Social Studies), analyses in the areas of SES, ethnicity, & gender, student performance upon kindergarten entry, teacher & program quality (ELLCO & ECERS-R), collaboration with childcare facilities, Social-Emotional pilot & Performance in Low vs. Mid vs. High Performing Schools
    • Inclusion
    • Comprehensive Curriculum
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High Quality Indicators - LA 4
  • High Quality Program Standards:
    • Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale Program Quality Measure
    • No Cost to children qualifying for free and reduced price meals
    • Child to lead teacher ratio 20:1; Child/Adult ratios 10:1
    • Before and after child care (10 hour day)
    • Transportation
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High Quality Indicators - LA 4
  • High Quality Program Standards:
    • Summer programs
    • Attendance requirement
    • Public awareness and Recruitment campaign
    • Ongoing program evaluation and research
    • Self-assessment of program strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (S.W.O.T.) from administrators and teachers
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High Quality Indicators - LA 4
  • High Quality Teacher Standards:
    • Certified teachers
    • 18 hours of early childhood professional development each year
    • Highly qualified teacher assistants
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High Quality Indicators - LA 4
  • High Quality Support Resource Standards:
    • Enrollment in State’s Insurance Program
    • Immunizations
    • Vision/ hearing / dental screenings
    • Parental education, literacy, orientation and involvement activities
    • Referral to appropriate Mental Health Services
    • Collaboration among early childhood stakeholders
    • Resource coordination with support and social services
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* RECAP includes the performance of 3 and 4-year old children using the ECERS-R assessment in 156 classrooms (not a universal PreK program).

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Overview of East Baton Rouge Test Data

No LA 4/SP (19%)

LA 4/SP (81%)

special education placements during kindergarten for cohort
Special Education Placements during Kindergarten for Cohort __

Students entering Kindergarten in 200_-200_

Data is FORTHCOMING!!!! Overall data for NP preK, LA 4, and EBR will be included in this chart

n =23,523 n=2,994 n =14,841 n=698

* Z = 10.55, P<0.001 * Z = 3.51, P<0.01

grade retention in kindergarten for cohort
Grade Retention in Kindergarten for Cohort __

Students entering Kindergarten in 200_-200_

Data is FORTHCOMING!!!! Overall data for NP preK, LA 4, and EBR will be included in this chart

n = 17,416 n = 3,132 n = 11,785 n = 666

* Z = 7.96, p<0.00 * Z = 1.91, NS

east baton rouge parish 2007 i leap achievement levels
East Baton Rouge Parish2007 iLEAP Achievement Levels

Source: Center for Child Development

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East Baton Rouge Parish2007 iLEAP Achievement Levels

Source: Center for Child Development

how does pre k impact school readiness
How does Pre-K impact School Readiness?
  • Closing the achievement gap at Kindergarten entry
  • Reducing grade retention
  • Reducing referral and identification to special education
  • Increasing student achievement

What Outcomes are expected in the future?

  • Improving high school graduation rates
  • Increasing post-secondary program entry and post secondary graduation rate
  • Reducing dependency on welfare
  • Improving quality of life
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