Back at the beginning of 2019 a study made a bit of a splash as headlines claimed that it demonstrated that the increased academic expectations in the early years don’t compromise social and emotional development as some fear.
I felt like there may be a bit of stretch from the data to the headlines, so I decided to nerd out on the actual study and break it down for all of you.
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Here’s the Chalkbeat article I referenced: “Kindergarten classes are getting more academic. Research says the kids are all right.”
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