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2017 TSS Annual Report

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2017 SUMMIT COUNTY PRESCHOOL TO KINDERGARTEN SUMMARY
Helping all children enter kindergarten ready for success
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
BEGINNING
DEVELOPING
ON TRACK
DOMAIN
Approaches Toward Learning
2016
2017
2016
2017
2016
2017
7%
6%
11%
11%
11%
10%
12%
10%
5%
5%
15%
15%
19%
18%
43%
38%
27%
26%
8%
6%
78%
79%
70%
71%
46%
52%
61%
64%
88%
88%
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)
At least
85%
of students On Track in the TSS (LLD) will begin Kindergarten on track for success in the KRA (LLD).