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Intranet

A members-only section is available to PA Pre-K Counts grantees.  Please call 717-213-2071 for access.

Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts and Head Start Supplemental 2014 Spring Conference

 

Teacher Effectiveness

The Office of Child Development and Early Learning has developed a webinar as a resource for teachers and administrators working on teacher effectiveness. The resource offers strategies for conducting the Danielson Framework in an early learning setting. See the recorded webinar, as well as a copy of the PowerPoint presentation, Application of the Danielson Framework for Teaching in Pre-kindergarten Classrooms.

Reports

Child outcomes for children attending PA Pre-K counts in 2011-2012 - fact sheet (PDF)

2009-2010 PA Pre-K Counts Annual Report

PA Pre-K Counts 2009-2010 Annual Report 

PA Pre-K Counts 2009-2010 Appendix: A   and B  

ThePA Pre-K Counts Annual Report 2009-2010 demonstrates the success of the PA Pre-K Counts program for Pennsylvania families for Year 3. 

Highlights to the report include:

  • Nearly every child (over 98 percent) showed age-appropriate or emerging age-appropriate proficiency in literacy, numeracy, and social skills after attending the PA Pre-K Counts program.
  • More than 70 percent of children who attended Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts finished the school year with age-appropriate proficiency in literacy, numeracy and social skills.
  • Nearly 25 percent more lead teachers in PA Pre-K Counts classrooms are ECE-Certified than in 2008-2009.

The report also provides details as to the successes in PA Pre-K Count graduates excelling in Kindergarten, how PA Pre-K Counts is reducing the need for special education services and how PA Pre-K Counts is getting parents involved in their children's early learning.

 

2008-2009 PA Pre-K Counts Annual Report

PA Pre-K Counts 2008-2009 Annual Report 

PA Pre-K Counts 2008-2009 Appendix 

 

Released in 2009, PA Pre-K Counts Annual Report 2008-2009 demonstrates the success of the PA Pre-K Counts program for Pennsylvania families for Year 2. 

Highlights to the report include:

  • Nearly every child (99 percent) showed age-appropriate or emerging age-appropriate proficiency in literacy, numeracy, and social skills after attending the PA Pre-K Counts program.
  • Nearly 75 percent of children who attended Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts finished the school year with age-appropriate proficiency in literacy, numeracy and social skills.
  • Progress was made in closing achievement gaps for English Language Learners and children with
    developmental delays or disabilities.

The report also provides details as to the successes in PA Pre-K Count graduates excelling in Kindergarten, how PA Pre-K Counts is reducing the need for special education services, and how PA Pre-K Counts is getting parents involved in their children's early learning.

 

 

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