4 edition of Reconsidering Children"s Early Development and Learning found in the catalog.
January 1995 by National Education Goals Panel .
Written in English
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Report of the National Education Goals Panel, Goal 1 Technical Planning Group. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. ED Introduction. Lack of school readiness is a public health concern with adverse physical, psychological, social, and economic consequences for many children, particularly those insured by Medicaid (1,2).Children unprepared for school often perform poorly academically, have low self-esteem, and in the long term are at greater risk than others for unemployment, poverty, and crime (3,4).