1 2 3 Testing, Testing Who Has Been Left Behind?


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Testing may be over, Now we have to wait for the results. We now have to wait for the results to see who was left behind. Learn some of the reasons why they might be left behind. . .

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1 2 3 Testing, Testing Who Has Been Left Behind?

  1. 1. Who has been Left Behind?
  2. 2. Find out who and why they might be?
  3. 3. Testing for your child might be over. Now, you have to wait for the results. . . Edutechnia.org
  4. 4. According to the ECLS data, eight of the factors show a strong correlation ―positive or negative― with test scores. Edutechnia.org
  5. 5. ECLS Early Childhood Longitudinal Study Edutechnia.org
  6. 6. Here are the eight factors that are strongly correlated with test scores: Edutechnia.org
  7. 7. The child has highly educated parents.
  8. 8. The child’s parents have high socioeconomic status.
  9. 9. The child’s mother was thirty or older at the time of her first child’s birth.
  10. 10. The child’s had low birth weight.
  11. 11. The child’s parents speak English in the home.
  12. 12. The child is adopted.
  13. 13. The child’s parents are involved in the PTA.
  14. 14. The child has many books in his home.
  15. 15. Factors that are not correlated to test scores: Edutechnia.org
  16. 16. The child’s family is intact. Edutechnia.org
  17. 17. The child’s parents recently moved into a better neighborhood. Edutechnia.org
  18. 18. The child’s mother didn’t work between birth and kindergarten. Edutechnia.org
  19. 19. The child attended Head Start. Edutechnia.org
  20. 20. The child’s parents regularly take him to museums. Edutechnia.org
  21. 21. The child is regularly spanked. Edutechnia.org
  22. 22. The child frequently watches television. Edutechnia.org
  23. 23. The child’s parents read to him nearly every day. Edutechnia.org
  24. 24. Keep in mind that these results reflect only a child's early test scores. Poor testing in early childhood isn’t necessarily a great harbinger of future earnings, creativity, or happiness. Edutechnia.org
  25. 25. Source: Freakonomics page 152 Contact: jamadrid@yahoo.com Pictures: Microsoft Office Online Edutechnia.org