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Estimating the relationship between preschool attendance and kindergarten science achievement: Implications for early science achievement gaps
(Association for Education Finance and Policy, 2017-09-13)
Recent evidence demonstrates that disparities by race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status in science achievement are present in the earliest grades of school. Preschool represents one potential policy solution; however, ...
Income-Based Disparities in Early Elementary School Science Achievement
(The University of Chicago, 2017-10-30)
This study documents gaps in kindergarten and first-grade science achievement by family income and explores the degree to which such gaps can be accounted for by student race/ethnicity, out-of-school activities, parental ...
Why are the early elementary race/ethnicity test score gaps in science larger than those in reading or mathematics. National evidence on the importance of language and immigration context in explaining the gap‐in‐gaps
(John Wiley & Sons, 2018-12-31)
Recent work examining science test performance in the earliest grades of school has demonstrated that science test score gaps by race/ethnicity are apparent as early as kindergarten and that, in a number of cases, the ...