Citations

    Risk by County

  1. factfinder.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/index.xhtml
  2. Isaacs, J. B. (2012). Starting School at a Disadvantage: The School Readiness of Poor Children. The Social Genome Project. Center on Children and Families at Brookings.
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  5. English Language Arts

  6. http://ksreportcard.ksde.org/assessment_results.aspx?org_no=State&rptType=3
  7. Research

  8. Pratt, M. E., McClelland, M. M., Swanson, J., & Lipscomb, S. T. (2016). Family risk profiles and school readiness: A person-centered approach. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 36, 462-474.
  9. Risk and Protective Factors

  10. Heckman, J. J. (2012). Invest in early childhood development: Reduce deficits, strengthen the economy. The Heckman Equation. Retrieved from heckmanequation.org/content/resource/invest-early- childhood-development- reduce-deficits- strengthen-economy
  11. CHILD

  12. Blair, C., & Razza, R. P. (2007). Relating effortful control, executive function, and false belief understanding to emerging math and literacy ability in kindergarten. Child Development, 78(2), 647-663.

    McClelland, M. M., Cameron, C. E., Connor, C. M., Farris, C.L., Jewkes, A. M., & Morrison, F. J. (2007). Links between behavioral regulation and preschoolers’ literacy, vocabulary, and math skills. Developmental Psychology, 43(4), 947-959.

  13. West, J., Denton, K. & Reaney, L.M. (2001). The kindergarten year: Findings from the early childhood longitudinal study kindergarten class of 1998-99. Washington, DC: US Department of Education. nces.ed.gov/surveys/frss/publications/93410/index.asp?sectionid=3; http://ecap.crc.illinois.edu/poptopics/k-entry.html
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    Schrepferman, L., Eby, J., Snyder, J. & Stropes, J. (2006). Early affiliation and social engagement with peers: Prospective risk and protective factors for childhood depressive behaviors. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 14(1), 50-61.

    Schwartz, D., Gorman, A. H., Nakamoto, J., & Toblin, R. L. (2005). Victimization in the peer group and children’s academic functioning. Journal of Educational Psychology, 97(3), 425-435.

    Snyder, J., Prichard, J., Schrepferman, L., Patrick R., & Stoolmiller, M. (2004). Child impulsivity- inattention, early peer experiences, and the development of early onset conduct problems. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 32, 579-594.

  15. Bull, R., Epsy, K. A., & Wiebe, S. A. (2008). Short-term memory, working memory, and executive functioning in preschoolers: Longitudinal predictors of mathematical achievement at age 7 years. National Institute of Health Public Access, 33(3), 205-228.

    Welsh, J. A., Nix, R. L., Blair, C., Bierman, K. L., & Nelson, K. E. (2010). The development of cognitive skills and gains in academic school readiness for children from low-income families. National Institute of Health Public Access, 102(1), 45-53.

  16. Barnett, W. S., Jung, K., Youn, M. J., & Frede, E. C. (2013). Abbott preschool program longitudinal effects study: Fifth grade follow-up. National Institute for Early Education Research, 10, 2001-2004.
  17. Miller, E. B., Farkas, G., & Duncan, G. J. (2016). Does Head Start differentially benefit children with risks targeted by the program's service model? Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 34, 1-12.
  18. Heckman, J. J., Moon, S. H., Pinto, R., Savelyev, P. A., & Yavitz, A. (2009). The rate of return to the HighScope Perry Preschool Program. Journal of Public Economics, 94(1), 114-128.
  19. FAMILY

  20. Hoff, E. (2003). The specificity of environmental influences: Socioeconomic status affects early vocabulary development via maternal speech. Child Development, 74, 1368–1378.
  21. Weisleder, A., & Fernald, A. (2013). Talking to children matters: Early language experience strengthens processing and builds vocabulary. Psychological Science, 24(11), 2143-2152.
  22. Buysse, V., Peisner-Feinberg, E., Páez, M., Hammer, C. S., & Knowles, M. (2014). Effects of early education programs and practices on the development and learning of dual language learners: A review of the literature. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 29(4), 765-785.
  23. Hoff, E. (2013). Interpreting the early language trajectories of children from low-SES and language minority homes: implications for closing achievement gaps. Developmental Psychology, 49(1), 4.
  24. Dotterer, A. M., Iruka, I. U., & Pungello, E. (2012). Parenting, race, and socioeconomic status: Links to school readiness. Family Relations, 61(4), 657-670.
  25. Brophy-Herb, H. E., Zajicek-Farber, M. L., Bocknek, E. L., McKelvey, L. M., & Stansbury, K. (2013). Longitudinal connections of maternal supportiveness and early emotion regulation to children's school readiness in low-income families. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 4(1), 2-19.
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    Webster-Stratton, C. H., Reid, M. J. & Beauchaine, T. (2011). Combining parent and child training for young children with ADHD. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 40(2), 191-203.

    Turner, K. M. T., & Sanders, M. R. (2006). Help when it’s needed first: A controlled evaluation of brief, preventive behavioral family intervention in a primary care setting. Behavior Therapy<.cite>, 37(2), 131-142.

    Zubrick, S. R., et al. (2005). Prevention of child behavior problems through universal implementation of a group behavioral family intervention. Prevention Science<.cite> 6(4), 287-304.

  27. Duncan, G. J., Dowsett, C. J., Claessens, A., Magnuson, K., Huston, A. C., Klebanov, P., Pagani, L.S., Feinstein, L., Engel, M., Brooks-Gunn, J., & Sexton, H. (2007). School readiness and later achievement. Developmental Psychology, 43(6), 1428.
  28. Filene, J. H., Kaminski, J. W., Valle, L. A., & Cachat, P. (2013). Components associated with home visiting program outcomes: A meta-analysis. Pediatrics, 132(Supplement 2), S100-S109.

    Nievar, M. A., & Van Egeren, L. (2005). More Is Better: A Meta-Analysis of Home Visiting Programs for At-Risk Families. Online Submission, SRCD, April 8, 2005

  29. Caldera, D., Burrell, L., Rodriguez, K., Crowne, S. S., Rohde, C., & Duggan, A. (2007). Impact of a statewide home visiting program on parenting and on child health and development. Child Abuse & Neglect, 31(8), 829-852.

    Kitzman, H. J., Olds, D. L., Cole, R. E., Hanks, C. A., Anson, E. A., Arcoleo, K. J., ... & Holmberg, J. R. (2010). Enduring effects of prenatal and infancy home visiting by nurses on children: follow-up of a randomized trial among children at age 12 years. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 164(5), 412-418.

    Olds, D. L., Henderson, C. R., Chamberlin, R., & Tatelbaum, R. (1986). Preventing child abuse and neglect: a randomized trial of nurse home visitation. Pediatrics, 78(1), 65-78.

    Olds, D. L., Kitzman, H., Cole, R., Robinson, J., Sidora, K., Luckey, D. W., ... & Holmberg, J. (2004). Effects of nurse home-visiting on maternal life course and child development: Age 6 follow-up results of a randomized trial. Pediatrics, 114(6), 1550-1559.

    Olds, D. L., Kitzman, H., Hanks, C., Cole, R., Anson, E., Sidora-Arcoleo, K., ... & Stevenson, A. J. (2007). Effects of nurse home visiting on maternal and child functioning: age-9 follow-up of a randomized trial. Pediatrics, 120(4), e832-e845.

  30. FINANCIAL RESOURCES

  31. White, Karl R. (1982). The relation between socioeconomic status and academic achievement.Psychological Bulletin 91(3), 461.
  32. Fletcher, J. M. & Wolfe, B. (2012). The importance of family income in the formation and evolution of non-cognitive skills in childhood. The Australian National University Centre for Economic Policy Research, 665.
  33. Hamad, R., & Rehkopf, D. H. (2016). Poverty and child development: a longitudinal study of the impact of the earned income tax credit. American Journal of Epidemiology, 183(9), 775-784.
  34. Duncan, Greg J., Jeanne Brooks‐Gunn, and Pamela Kato Klebanov. (1994). Economic deprivation and early childhood development. Child Development,65.(2), 296-318.
  35. Linver, M. R., Brookes-Gunn, J., & Kohen, D. E. (2002). Family processes as pathways from income to young children’s development. Developmental Psychology, 38(5), 719-734.
  36. The Annie E. Casey Foundation. (2016). The 30 million word gap: The role of parent-child verbal interaction in language and literacy development. Baltimore, MD: by The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading. www.aecf.org/resources/the-30-million-word-gap

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