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Redefining Individual Growth and Development Indicators

The authors noted that development of early literacy skills during the preschool years is associated with improved reading outcomes in later grades. One of these skill areas, phonological awareness, shows particular importance because of its strong link to later reading … Continue reading

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Identifying Preschool Children for Higher Tiers of Language and Early Literacy Instruction Within a Response to Intervention Framework

The expected proportions of children who might be identified for higher tiers of instructional support in pre-kindergarten settings are relatively unknown. The proportions of children who would have been identified for higher tiers of instructional language/literacy support when using three … Continue reading

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Designing a Measurement Framework for Response to Intervention in Early Childhood Programs

The overall architecture and major components of a measurement system designed and evaluated to support Response to Intervention (RTI) in the areas of language and literacy in early childhood programs are described. This article describes (a) the general approach taken … Continue reading

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Common Problem Behaviors of Children and Adolescents in General Education Classrooms in the United States

Harrison, Vannest, David, and Reynolds sought to identify the “most common” problem behaviors in classrooms in the United States as reported by teachers on a broadband  rating scale with a demographically representative sample of 3,600 children and adolescents. Results indicate 17 … Continue reading

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