Site participation since 2012
INTERIM REPORT FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN ENTERING KINDERGARTEN IN 2017
Student participation since 2012
The number of participating students and sites is our highest number yet!
2016-2017 County Comparison Data: Domain-Specific Readiness Levels
Approaches Toward Learning
Note: 2016 (n=2,322); 2017 (n=2,722). This report includes center-based participants.
Home-based participants (n=107 & 122) have a modified TSS and thus receive a customized report.
Social Emotional Development
Language & Literacy Development
Cognition & General Knowledge
Physical Health & Motor Development
TSS to KRA Re-evaluation Study
Summit Education Initiative found the relationship between the 2016 TSS (Language and Literacy) and the 2016 KRA (Language and Literacy) to be significant and predictive (r =.654, p<.01). Approximately 43% of the variance in KRA outcomes can be explained with TSS scores (B = 2.84, p < .01, Adj R Squared = .428)
of students On Track in the TSS (LLD) will begin Kindergarten on track for success in the KRA (LLD).