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Teachers' perspectives on the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment in year 2: Easier to administer but what role can it play in instruction?

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In this study, we surveyed kindergarten teachers across Ohio to examine their perceptions of the KRA during year two of implementation (Y2; 2015-2016). We also examined whether and how perceptions changed from year one of implementation (Y1; 2014-2015). Based on our findings from the Y1 survey, we focused on teachers' perceptions of: administrating the KRA, its benefits and usefulness for instruction, and purpose. (author abstract)
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United States
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Ohio

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