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Chicago School Readiness Project : Adolescent Follow-Up, Illinois, 2004-2019 / Tyler W. Watts, Sumita Das, Chen Li, Xinyu S. Pan, Jill Gandhi, Dana C. McCoy, Christine Li-Grining, Amanda L. Roy, Stephanie M. Jones, C. Cybele Raver.
Ann Arbor, Mich. : Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2023.
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Watts, Tyler W.
Pan, Xinyu S.
McCoy, Dana C.
Roy, Amanda L.
Jones, Stephanie M.
Raver, C. Cybele
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
ICPSR (Series) 38425
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The Chicago School Readiness Project (CSRP) was a classroom-based intervention designed to support low-income preschoolers' school readiness by targeting their self-regulatory skills. The CSRP was adapted from the Incredible Years training module (Webster-Stratton and others, 2004) and other classroom-based interventions that demonstrated evidence for the modifiability of children's self-regulatory skills (e.g., Bierman and others, 2008; Diamond and others, 2007). Using a bundled, multi-tier approach, the CSRP provided teacher training, coaching, and individual behavior support to promote teachers' effective classroom management and limit burnout. The intervention was tested using a randomized controlled trial across 18 Chicago Head Start centers in 2004-2005 (for Cohort 1) and 2005-2006 (for Cohort 2).Cf: http://doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR38425.v1
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Low-income preschoolers across 18 Chicago Head Start centers
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