Pre-Basic Training Longitudinal Study (PEELS).


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Pre-Elementary Education Longitudinal Study (PEELS). Elaine Carlson, Westat 2005 OSEP National Early Childhood Conference Washington, DC February 8, 2005. PEELS will take after more than 3,000 youngsters with inabilities from preschool into their initial rudimentary years
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Pre-Elementary Education Longitudinal Study (PEELS) Elaine Carlson, Westat 2005 OSEP National Early Childhood Conference Washington, DC February 8, 2005

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PEELS will take after more than 3,000 youngsters with incapacities from preschool into their initial rudimentary years Children were 3 through 5 years of age at section into the study (and 1 st information gathering) PEELS will inspect kids\' preschool encounters and results move to kindergarten early primary school encounters and results Overview

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PEELS Study Questions What are the qualities of kids getting preschool specialized curriculum? What preschool projects and administrations do they get? How are their moves - between early intercession and preschool and amongst preschool and primary school?

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What comes about do kids accomplish in preschool, kindergarten, and early primary school? What elements create better results? PEELS Study Questions

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Nationally illustrative specimen of 235 LEAs (217 in 1 st information gathering, in addition to 18 all the more as of late included) LEAs stratified by Enrollment size Geographic district Wealth Sampling

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Nationally illustrative example of more than 3,000 preschoolers with IEPs (2,906 in 1 st information accumulation in addition to ~230 more by second accumulation Sampling

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Family Telephone Interview Direct Child Assessment 13 subtests Mail Questionnaires SEA heads LEA managers Principals/program chiefs Teachers Data Collection

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*Only in the 18 LEAs included Wave 2. **Only for Wave 1 nonrespondents.

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SEA Questionnaire: 100% LEA Questionnaire: 90% Teacher Questionnaire: 76% CATI: 96% Assessment: 96% Principal Questionnaire: 40% * Program Director Questionnaire: 49% * *Field period for these instruments will revive in winter 2005. Wave 1 Response Rates

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Test Results by Age Cohort, Gender, & District Wealth Woodcock Johnson-III Letter-Word Identification Applied Problems Quantitative Concepts Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test SEA-Reported Areas of Progress and Challenge for Preschool Special Education Some Preliminary Wave 1 Results

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Transition from early mediation Transition to Kindergarten Child discover Assessment and assessment Placement in group based settings Recruitment of qualified faculty Retention of qualified staff Developmentally suitable practices Eligibility for administrations IEP/IFSP advancement Areas of Preschool Special Education from Which State 619 Coordinators Selected Three \'Best Practice,\' \'Need to Improve,\' and \'Attempting to Improve\' Options

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Building compelling specialized help systems Linkages with state early adolescence programs Collaboration with guardians Pre-proficiency aptitudes and exercises Serving socially and semantically different families Data frameworks for keeping tabs on kids\' development Standards-based responsibility frameworks Accessing different assets and wellsprings of administrations (e.g., Medicaid, … ) Other (Specify: ________) Areas of Preschool Special Education from Which State 619 Coordinators Selected Three \'Best Practice,\' \'Need to Improve,\' and \'Attempting to Improve\' Options (con\'t)

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Transition from early intercession (45%) Child find (29%) Eligibility for administrations (28%) Building successful specialized help networks(28%) Linkages with state early youth programs (28%) Areas of Preschool Special Education SEAs Commonly Reported as \'Nearest to Best Practice\' for 2003-04

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Placement in group based settings (43%) Data frameworks for keeping tabs on youngsters\' development (41%) Serving socially/etymologically assorted families (26%) Areas of Preschool Special Education SEAs Commonly Reported as \'Most Need to Improve\' for 2003-04

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Transition from early mediation (51%) Placement in group based settings (39%) Linkages with state early adolescence programs (29%) Areas of Preschool Special Education SEAs Commonly Reported as \'Attempting to Improve\' for 2003-04

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www.peels.org PEELS Web Site

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