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Alabama PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A fact sheet detailing statistics on Alabama's preschool children, including comparing the state's expulsion rate with the nation's expulsion rate

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Alaska PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A statistical fact sheet on the expulsion rate of the Alaska State Funded Head Start program as compared with the national expulsion rate for state funded preschools

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All children ready for school: Social-emotional development
Hutter-Pishgahi, Lois, 2006
(Early Childhood Briefing Paper Series). Bloomington, IN: Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Early Childhood Center.

A discussion of the importance of children's socioemotional development in their preparation for school

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Are children ready for school?: Assessment of kindergarten readiness in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties: Special issue report on self-regulation
Santa Clara County Partnership for School Readiness, 2006
San Jose, CA: Santa Clara County Partnership for School Readiness.

Findings from a study of school readiness in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties, California, that focus particularly on the importance that early childhood education and kindergarten teachers place on self-regulation for children's school readiness

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Arizona PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A statistical fact sheet on the expulsion rate of the Arizona Early Childhood State Block Grant program as compared with the national expulsion rate for state funded preschools

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Arkansas PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A statistical fact sheet on the expulsion rate of the Arkansas Better Chance program, as compared with the national expulsion rate for state funded preschools

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Assessing bullying: A guide for out-of-school time program practitioners
Sidorowicz, Kathleen, October, 2009
(Publication No. 2009-42). Washington, DC: Child Trends.

An examination of bullying behavior and practices that out-of-school time programs can engage in to reduce bullying

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Assessing peer conflict and aggressive behaviors: A guide for out-of-school time program practitioners
Sidorowicz, Kathleen, October, 2009
(Publication No. 2009-43). Washington, DC: Child Trends.

An examination of peer conflict and aggressive behaviors and practices out-of-school time programs can engage in to reduce them

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Assessing self-regulation: A guide for out-of-school time program practitioners
Bandy, Tawana, October, 2010
(Publication No. 2010-23). Washington, DC: Child Trends.

A discussion of self-regulation and role out-of-school time programs can play in measuring and building the capacity for self-regulation among children and youth

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Assessing stress in children and youth: A guide for out-of-school time program practitioners
Terzian, Mary, October, 2010
(Publication No. 2010-22). Washington, DC: Child Trends.

A discussion of stress and the role out-of-school time programs can play in measuring and reducing stress among children and youth

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Attention in preschoolers: Associations with temperament and motivation
Chang, Florence, 2005
(FPG Snapshot No. 23). Chapel Hill, NC: FPG Child Development Institute.

An overview of findings from a study determining whether characteristics of effortful control and motivation can promote attention skills in low income preschool children

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California PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A statistical fact sheet on the expulsion rates for the California State Preschool Half Day Program and the California State Preschool Full Day program, as compared with the national expulsion rate for state funded preschools

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The call to end preschool expulsion: Prevention and intervention strategies
Splett, Joni, 2011
Columbia: University of Missouri--Columbia, Center for Family Policy and Research.

A discussion of the relationship of preschool expulsion to adolescent delinquency and adult imprisonment, with policy recommendations to reduce problem behaviors in early childhood

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Challenging behaviors and the role of preschool education
McCabe, Lisa A.,
New Brunswick, NJ: National Institute for Early Education Research.

A summary of a review of research on the relationship of children's participation in child care and early education, including curricula targeted at building social skills, and challenging behaviors

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Child care dismissals in North Dakota
Kids Count North Dakota (Project), May, 2008
(Inform Volume 6, Number 2). Fargo, ND: Kids Count North Dakota (Project).

Highlights from an investigation into the reasons surrounding children's dismissal from early childhood education and care programs, based on a survey of 583 licensed child care

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Child care social climate
Howes, Carollee, September 1999
(NCEDL Spotlights No. 14). Chapel Hill, NC: National Center for Early Development and Learning.

Key findings from a study on teacher-child relationships and the social environment of child care on children's socioemotional development

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Children's engagement in preschool and the development of self-regulation
Williford, Amanda P., 2013
Charlottesville: University of Virginia, Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning.

This study examined the way children's engagement with teachers, peers, and tasks in the preschool classroom was related to their gains in self-regulation skills. Children's positive engagement with their teachers was related to increases in their compliance and cognitive control. Children's active and sustained engagement with classroom activities was linked with gains in their emotion management. The combination of children's positive and prosocial engagement with teachers or peers and high task engagement or low negative classroom engagement was linked with greater gains in self-regulation. (author abstract)

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Colorado PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A fact sheet regarding the prekindergarten expulsion rate in Colorado

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Connecticut PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A statistical fact sheet on the expulsion rates of the Connecticut School Readiness and Child Care Initiative and the Connecticut State Funded Head Start programs as compared with the national expulsion rate for state funded preschools

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Connections between early literacy and social behavior
National Scientific Council on the Developing Child, 2006
Cambridge, MA: National Scientific Council on the Developing Child.

A summary of a longitudinal study following low-income children from kindergarten through fifth grade that explores the relation between aggression and prosocial behavior and literacy achievement

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Continuity of care: Charting Progress for Babies in Child Care research-based rationale
Schumacher, Rachel, August, 2008
(Recommendation No. 3). Washington, DC: Center for Law and Social Policy.

An overview of research on the relationship of continuity of care to infant and toddler development, with policy recommendations for ensuring that infants and toddlers experience continuous relationships with caregivers

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A day in preschool: Variation in children's classroom engagement
Vitiello, Virginia E.,
Charlottesville: University of Virginia, Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning.

A summary of an examination of the variation in preschool children's positive and negative engagement with teachers, peers, and tasks, and of the relationship between engagement and both classroom activity settings and child's age and gender, based on data from 283 socioeconomically and linguistically diverse children, 34 through 63 months old, drawn from 84 classrooms

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Delaware PK expulsion fact sheet
Gilliam, Walter S., 2005
New York: Foundation for Child Development.

A fact sheet regarding the prekindergarten expulsion rate in Delaware

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Delivering on the promise of preschool: Investing in social and emotional development and early math skills
MDRC, February, 2013
New York: MDRC.

An overview of efforts to support the socioemotional development and early math skills of preschool-age children

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Effective Pre-School and Primary Education 3-11 Project (EPPE 3-11): Influences on children’s attainment and progress in Key Stage 2: Cognitive outcomes in year 5 [Research brief]
Sammons, Pam, February, 2007
[Brief No: RB828]. Nottingham, United Kingdom: Great Britain, Department for Education and Skills.

A summary of a study of the degree to which attendance at particular preschools and primary schools impact children’s cognitive and socio-behavioral development, based on study data from the end of children’s fifth year of primary school

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