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School quality and the longer-term effects of Head Start

Janet M. Currie

School quality and the longer-term effects of Head Start

by Janet M. Currie

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Head Start programs -- Evaluation.,
  • Head Start programs -- Social aspects.,
  • Poor children -- United States -- Education.,
  • African American children -- Education.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJanet Currie, Duncan Thomas.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 6362, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 6362.
    ContributionsThomas, Duncan., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB1 .W654 no. 6362
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. ;
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22404006M

    Bauer, L. and D. W. Schanzenbach. () The Long-Term Impact of the Head Start Program. The Hamilton Project, the Brookings Institution. Bloom, H. S. and Weiland, C., Quantifying Variation in Head Start Effects on Young Children's Cognitive and Socio-Emotional Skills Using Data from the National Head Start Impact Study (Ma ). This report describes the Long-Term Benefits of Head Start (LTBHS) study designed to address questions regarding the long-term effects of the Head Start program on the children and families served. Following the introduction, Chapter 2 presents a review of the research on Head Start, focusing on Head Start Planned Variation research, major integrative reviews demonstrating improved school Cited by:

    the end of their initial exposure to Head Start and as they continue into school. The Head Start Impact Study The Head Start Impact Study, congressionally-mandated, used a nationally representative sample of showing how to read a book, having child(ren) tell a story, discussing outcomes independently of the effects of different quality.   A new working paper from economists at the University of Michigan takes a new approach: It looks at census data from to to dig into the long-term outcomes of Head Start .

    We investigate the persistence of short-term effects of a high-quality school-based pre-kindergarten program in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We analyze third-grade reading and math scores for two cohorts of students eligible to participate in pre-kindergarten in – and –, using boosted regression and propensity score matching to select a comparison group of local students who did not Cited by: Little is known about the long-term effects of participation in Head Start. This paper draws on unique non-experimental data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics to provide new evidence on the effects of participation in Head Start on schooling attainment, earnings, and criminal by:


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School quality and the longer-term effects of Head Start by Janet M. Currie Download PDF EPUB FB2

School Quality and the Longer-Term Effects of Head Start Janet Currie, Duncan Thomas. NBER Working Paper No.

Issued in January NBER Program(s):Children. Recent research on Head Start, an enriched preschool program for poor children that effects on test scores fade out' more quickly for black children than for white children.

quent school quality does affect the longer-term impact of Head Start, and if school quality has similar effects on blacks and whites, then the gap in school quality be-tween Head Start and other students must be greater for blacks than for whites to be consistent with evidence on differential fadeout.

We test this proposition using. Moreover stratify by school type, we find that gaps in test scores between Head Start and other children are" very similar for blacks and whites. These patterns suggest that the effects of Head Start may fade" out more rapidly among black students than among whites, at least in part because black Head Start" children are more likely to Cited by: Comparison of data for 2, black white children showed that black children who participate in Head Start later attend schools of lesser quality than other black children.

Gaps in test scores between Head Start participants and others are similar for blacks and whites. Head Start effects may fade quicker among blacks because of inferior by: Hence, the effects of Head Start may fade out more rapidly among black students, at least in part because black Head Start children are more likely to subsequently attend inferior schools.

AB - Research on Head Start suggests that effects on test scores fade out more quickly for black children than for white by: Downloadable. Recent research on Head Start, an enriched preschool program for poor children that effects on test scores fade out' more quickly for black children than for white children.

This" paper uses data from the wave of the National Educational Longitudinal Survey to show that" black children who attended Head Start go on to attend schools of worse quality' than other black. School Quality and the Longer-Term Effect of Head Start Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Human Resources 35(4) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Moreover, when we stratify by an indicator of school quality, gaps in test scores between Head Start and other children are very similar for blacks and whites.

Hence, the effects of Head Start may fade out more rapidly among black students, at least in part because black Head Start children are more likely to subsequently attend inferior schools. Head Start programs have tended to have larger group sizes, pay teachers much less, and sometimes provide classes only part of the year, although there is considerable variation in the quality of educational experience within Head Start participants (Barnett, ).

Long-term effects of Head Start on children's cognitive and school outcomesCited by:   The long-term impact of the Head Start program. and considering the effect of Head Start on participants’ children alternatives were of poorer quality than a seat in Head Start.

School Quality and the Longer-Term Effects of Head Start. Janet Currie and Duncan Thomas (). Journal of Human Resources,vol. 35, issue 4, Abstract: Research on Head Start suggests that effects on test scores "fade out" more quickly for black children than for white children.

We use data from the wave of the National Educational Longitudinal Survey to show that Head Start Cited by: Bibliographic Information. NBER Working Paper No.

Issued in January NBER Program(s):CH Published: Currie, Janet and Duncan Thomas. "School Quality And The Longer-Term Effects Of Head Start," Journal of Human Resources,v35(4,Fall), citation courtesy of.

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[Janet M Currie; Duncan Thomas; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: Recent research on Head Start, an enriched preschool program for poor children that effects on test scores fade out' more quickly for black children than for white children.

This" paper. NBER Program(s):Children, Labor Studies. Little is known about the long-term effects of participation in Head Start. This paper draws on unique non-experimental data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics to provide new evidence on the effects of participation in Head Start on schooling attainment, earnings, and criminal behavior.

When researchers used similar methods as Deming to look at students born later, mostly between andthey found that Head Start provided no clear long-term benefits.

If Author: Matt Barnum. Longer-Term Effects of Head Start by Eliana Garces, Duncan Thomas and Janet Currie. Published in vol issue 4, pages of American Economic Review, SeptemberAbstract: Specially collected data on adults in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics are used to provide evidence on the lon.

What are the short-term effects of Head Start on school readiness. What are the long-term effects of Head Start from K to 5. grade. What are the impacts of classroom-based interventions that improve the quality of Head Start programs.

In today’s talk, I will mainly focus on three research questions File Size: 1MB. the long-term effects of Head Start. This paper draws on unique data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics to provide new evidence on the effects of Head Start on schooling attainment, earnings, and being booked or charged with a crime.

Among whites, participation in Head Start is associated with a.In this Economic Analysis, we investigate the impact of Head Start on a new set of long-term outcomes, extending landmark analyses further into adulthood and considering the effect of Head Start on participants’ children.1 Among the key takeaways of the analysis are.Long-Term Effects of Early Childhood Program on Cognitive and School Outcomes Article (PDF Available) in The Future of Children 5(3) January with 2, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: William Steven Barnett.