- Social-Emotional – Confidence, Identity, Healthy Relationships
Physical – Motor skills, Healthy Habits
Language – Sounds, Communications skills
Cognitive – Problem-solving, etc.
Literacy – Interest in books, identification of letters
Mathematics – Development of mathematical skills and concepts
All children enrolled in United Way of Acadiana’s Early Head Start are 91% more likely to be ready for the next educational school setting.
Developmental gains were achieved in all focus areas. Results reflect assessments conducted in October 2018 thru May 2019.
- Children attending EHS exceeded the school readiness goals by 6%.
- Children’s Spring 2019 assessment scores in all 6 areas increased by no less than 67% over Fall 2018 assessments and exceeded the national averages in all 6 areas.
- Children scored 51% higher than the national average in the cognitive domain.
- Assessments in the literacy area exceeded national average by 48%.
- Assessments indicated a 10.93% increase in the language domain between October 2018 and May 2019.
- There was a 6.80% increase in the mathematics domain between Fall of 2018 and Spring 2019 assessments.