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Progress Made Since Last Year’s Summit. Dr. Shauna Adams, University of Dayton 3/8/2011. Kindergarten Readiness Summit 2010. Over 270 in attendance representing All public school districts in Montgomery Co Catholic Schools Charter Schools Neighboring Counties

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progress made since last year s summit

Progress Made Since Last Year’s Summit

Dr. Shauna Adams,

University of Dayton

3/8/2011

kindergarten readiness summit 2010
Kindergarten Readiness Summit 2010
  • Over 270 in attendance representing
    • All public school districts in Montgomery Co
    • Catholic Schools
    • Charter Schools
    • Neighboring Counties
    • Leadership from Early Care and Education
    • Business and Political Leaders
    • Higher Education
    • ODE
    • Other stakeholders
what the survey showed us
What the Survey Showed Us

We had no common-

  • Definition of readiness
  • Kindergarten entry practices
    • No transition tool
    • Outside of the KRA-L, no common assessment practices
  • High levels of consensus around what young children should know and be able to do upon at kindergarten entry
introduced the ready formula
Introduced the Ready Formula

Ready Families

+ Ready Communities

+ Ready School

= Ready Children

where we can have an impact
Where We Can Have an Impact

Where are children served prior to coming to kindergarten?

  • All Public Preschool Programs - 4%
  • Head Start, Early Head Start - 4%
  • Licensed Family Childcare - 4%
  • Licensed Child Care Centers and Preschools - 23 %
  • Parental care - 40%
  • Unlicensed, Unregulated Care - 25%

35 % in

Regulated Care

impacting the quality of early care and education
Impacting the Quality of Early Care and Education
  • The most consistent means of measuring quality is the Step Up to Quality Program.
  • In Montgomery County 41 programs are currently Star Rated.
    • 3-Star Programs: 9
    • 2-Star Programs: 14
    • 1-Star Programs: 18
developing the readiness commitment
Developing the Readiness Commitment
  • Group consensus of formula and attributes list during the 2010 Summit
  • Compared wording to Early Learning Content Standards and common readiness assessments
  • Compared wording with the Common Core Standards
  • Vetted changes through a stakeholders subcommittee representing early care and education, P-12 education, higher education and other stakeholders and came to a consensus.
the dayton region s school readiness formula
THE DAYTON REGION’S SCHOOL READINESS FORMULA

Ready Families + Ready Communities

+ Ready Schools = Ready Children