Population-Level Associations between Preschool Vulnerability and Grade-Four Basic Skills

@inproceedings{DAngiulli2009PopulationLevelAB,
  title={Population-Level Associations between Preschool Vulnerability and Grade-Four Basic Skills},
  author={Amedeo D'Angiulli and William Ivan Warburton and Susan Dahinten and Clyde Hertzman},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND This is a predictive validity study examining the extent to which developmental vulnerability at kindergarten entry (as measured by the Early Development Instrument, EDI) is associated with children's basic skills in 4th grade (as measured by the Foundation Skills Assessment, FSA). METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS Relative risk analysis was performed on a large database linking individual-level EDI ratings to the scores the same children obtained on a provincial assessment of… CONTINUE READING

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