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  • HighScope Youth Development Model
    Reprints Privacy and Security Map and Directions HighScope Publications Links of Interest International Institutes Demonstration Preschool Job Opportunities Membership Contact Us Store Shortcut To OnlineCOR OnlinePQA Letter links Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Research Center for Early Ed Eval Perry Preschool Study 2015 CEEE Conference Preschool Comparison HighScope Curriculum Evidence Base Training of Trainers Models of Early Childhood Movement Music Timing Preschool Comparison Youth Development

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  • HighScope Early Elementary Model
    of Directors Permissions Reprints Privacy and Security Map and Directions HighScope Publications Links of Interest International Institutes Demonstration Preschool Job Opportunities Membership Contact Us Store Shortcut To OnlineCOR OnlinePQA Letter links Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Research Center for Early Ed Eval Perry Preschool Study 2015 CEEE Conference Preschool Comparison HighScope Curriculum Evidence Base Training of Trainers Models of Early Childhood Movement Music Timing Preschool

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  • and music curriculum elementary education approach and youth development approach are also based on extensive research Research and Studies For more information on research and studies related to our curriculum please click on the links below Perry Preschool Longitudinal Study Examining the effects through age 40 of the HighScope Preschool Curriculum Recognition of Evidence Base Organizations that recognize the HighScope Curriculum for its evidence base in the Perry Preschool study

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  • Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES)
    Letter links Online Training Forums Video Clips ReSource Catalog Mailing List Membership Research Center for Early Ed Eval Perry Preschool Study 2015 CEEE Conference Preschool Comparison HighScope Curriculum Head Start Research Head Start FACES HighScope and Head Start Long Term Benefits International Research Presentations Articles Links to Related Research State Funded Preschools Instrument Development Research Head Start Research Head Start FACES Print Head Start FACES Longitudinal Data About Head Start Children The Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey FACES which began in 1997 is a longitudinal study of four nationally representative cohorts of Head Start children FACES collects data about child outcomes and their relationship to family and Head Start program characteristics HighScope and Head Start FACES Released in May 2003 The Head Start FACES 2000 A Whole Child Perspective on Program Performance provides specific information and analyses about the use of curricula including HighScope and program quality as it relates to child outcomes This work demonstrates higher quality in Head Start programs using the HighScope Curriculum and a connection between quality HighScope and child outcomes as specifically noted in the report Children in Head Start programs using HighScope showed larger fall spring gains in letter identification and cooperative

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  • HighScope Head Start Quality Research Center
    Print HighScope and Head Start More Information Website Head Start QRC consortium Contact HighScope at 734 485 2000 ext 264 or e mail email protected The HighScope Head Start Quality Research Center Since 1995 the HighScope Educational Research Foundation has been a member of the Head Start Quality Research Center QRC consortium Created by the Head Start Bureau the consortium currently is made up of eight research institutions In addition to HighScope consortium members include Columbia University the Education Development Center Inc in Massachusetts Quality Counts Inc in Georgia the State University of New York at Stony Brook the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill the University of Oregon and Temple University The mission of the QRC consortium is to support the continuous improvement of Head Start by developing testing refining and disseminating interventions to enhance the school readiness of Head Start children To achieve the consortium s goal each of these institutions has been awarded a five year grant to work in partnership with local Head Start agencies Research teams will implement and evaluate their interventions with Head Start program partners in an initial site then replicate the successful interventions in additional sites Achieving Head Start effectiveness through intensive curriculum training HighScope s project focuses on Head Start teachers professional development It asks the question Does intensive training in and confirmed practice of a proven curriculum model enable Head Start teachers to contribute significantly to children s development Of particular interest in this project is children s development in the areas of literacy and conflict resolution To answer this question the project provides intensive curriculum training for teachers 20 days of training plus up to an additional 10 feedback discussion sessions in the HighScope curriculum framework The extent to which teachers implement the curriculum after training is measured

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  • Long-Term Benefits of Head Start Study Fact Sheet
    noted These findings confirm that Head Start programs can have important long term effects on the lives of the children they serve Into Adulthood A Study of the Effects of Head Start by Sherri Oden Lawrence Schweinhart and David Weikart with Sue Marcus and Yu Xie 2000 presents encouraging findings from a 17 year follow up study of 622 young adults 22 years old in Colorado and Florida who were born in poverty and did or did not attend Head Start as young children The researchers located and interviewed 77 percent of the original sample of children The study found evidence of important effects on school success and crime For females but not males at one study site after adjusting for background differences only about one fourth as many Head Start participants as nonparticipants 5 versus 19 failed to obtain a high school or GED diploma and only one third as many 5 versus 15 were arrested for crimes HighScope s approach has a positive effect in Head Start programs The study also examined the effects of a Head Start program that used a proven curriculum the HighScope educational approach Using this approach teachers set up the classroom and the daily routine to encourage children to initiate their own learning activities Children who attended Head Start classes that used this approach rather than the standard Head Start Curriculum of the time had a significantly higher grade point average throughout their schooling and experienced fewer than half as many criminal convictions by age 22 A recent national survey found that 37 percent of today s Head Start programs use the HighScope approach Principal investigator Sherri Oden said These findings confirm that Head Start programs can have important long term effects on the lives of the children they serve Said study coauthor

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  • is estimated that one fifth of Head Start programs use the HighScope Curriculum in their preschool classrooms HighScope has for many years conducted research on the effectiveness of Head Start and on how to further enhance the program through professional development activities Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey FACES Longitudinal study of four nationally representative cohorts of Head Start children HighScope Head Start Quality Research Center Identifying documenting and

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  • HighScope IEA Preprimary Project World Child Care
    the HighScope Educational Research Foundation has served as the International Coordinating Center and the U S National Research Center for this complex study The research is unique because many diverse countries participated and used common instruments to measure family background teachers characteristics structural features of settings children s experiences and children s developmental status This far reaching study offers valuable information on the use of early childhood services worldwide and the effects of those services on the lives of children and families It is a benchmark for future studies and carries implications for early childhood program development The final phase of IEA Preprimary Project is complete The project was conducted in three phases Phase 3 1993 2006 is complete and finalizes the project by documenting how in 10 countries experiences in preprimary settings at age 4 are related to children s language and cognitive performance at age 7 The findings have been published in Early Childhood Research Quarterly Available here are a preprint version of the full paper and a brief summary Phase 2 1989 2001 used extensive observational and interview data to examine the time use interactive and structural characteristics of each of the 15 participating countries major types of early childhood settings and to explore the effects of program and family factors on children s developmental status at age 4 Findings are featured in three of the monographs listed below Phase 1 1986 1989 produced profiles of national policies regarding early childhood services and used a household survey to identify and characterize the major early childhood care and education settings used by families with preschool aged children in each nation Findings are published in two books presented below The 15 participating nations in Phase 2 of the IEA Preprimary Project were Belgium Finland Greece Ireland Italy and Spain

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