Kindergarten Readiness Study: Which Factors Are Most Important for School Success?

  • September 01, 2020
The Early Learning Alliance (ELA) – based in Tarrant County, together with UNT Health Science Center, published a report on the most important factors that help students succeed in Kindergarten and beyond. A survey of 100 local Kindergarten teachers and administrators across 11 school districts revealed that health and social-emotional factors ranked highest across seven key readiness domains including 1) cognitive, 2) health and wellness, 3) language and communication, 4) literacy, 5) math, 6) physical, and 7) social-emotional.

To view ELA’s interactive “Experience Childhood” page that illuminates these results and related readiness activities, click here.

To read the full “Tarrant County Kindergarten Readiness Assessment Report” conducted by ELA and UNT Health Science Center, click here.

To access all school readiness activities for children pre-K through 3rd grade, click here.