Survey of Current Practices for Screening Kindergarteners in Southeast Wisconsin Schools
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This study detennined the current practices for screening kindergartners prior to school entrance. A mail survey was conducted of38 public and private schools in Southeastern Wisconsin. Forty-seven percent of schools responded. Forty one percent reported that screening is conducted on an individual basis with 55% of district professionals spending more than 30 minutes on screening each child. It was found that data are used most often to recommend additional screening and to recommend that a child wait another year to enter kindergarten.
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