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Advancing a comprehensive approach to school readiness

As we learn more about the multiple and intersecting dimensions of school readiness, we increasingly realize achieving school readiness for all children remains a complex and challenging proposition. The goal of improving the school readiness of all children is attainable; however, it will require adopting a comprehensive approach that considers children's development and experiences from birth (or prenatally) to kindergarten age, "schools," and the primary role families have in their children's healthy development. The following section summarizes strategies, early childhood policies, and evidence-based practices that contribute to school readiness. (author abstract)
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United States

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