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  • Cognitive development is very important for the overall development of the children and early years play a pivotal role in the brains development. The attachments the children form with their parents and the kind of environment they get highly effect their cognitive development. The early years are best to invest on the children for ensuring their future success. The parents are the children first educator and they affect child in their development. The kind of exposure and healthy environment a child has during the early years can either support learning or interfere with it.

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  • Although some research has examined the use of games for the education of pediatric patients, the use of technology for parental education seems like an appropriate application as it has been a part of the popular culture for at least 30 years.

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  • The study was conducted in Hisar district of Haryana state where two Government Senior Secondary Schools from rural area and three from urban area were selected. Self-prepared questionnaire was used to delineate parental education and Social Intelligence Scale (SIS) by Chadha and Ganesan (2004) was used for assessing social intelligence. The results revealed that statistically significant differences were observed in memory both paternal and maternal education and non- significant differences existed in other aspects of social intelligence.

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  • Significant gaps exist in education for prospective and new parents, especially for some of the most vulnerable families. Prospective parents would like more information during pregnancy to prepare them for parenting, and need access to trusted and quality information.

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  • Infant mental health is a significant public health issue as early adversity and exposure to early childhood stress are significant risk factors that may have detrimental long-term developmental consequences for the affected children. Negative outcomes are seen on a range of areas such as physical and mental health, educational and labor market success, social network and establishing of family.

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  • Programmes offering carboard baby boxes to parents in England began in some NHS Trusts in 2016. This study aimed to examine the strengths and weaknesses of English baby-box schemes as experienced by healthcare providers and parents.

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  • This paper examines the reasons for studying religion and the necessity for teacher, student, administrative or parental involvement in the process of learning about religious diversity. Chidester suggests that the study of religion and religious diversity can usefully be brought into conversation with recent research on new formations of citizenship.

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  • WAGE RETURNS FOR POST -SECONDARY EDUCATION: A COMPARISON FOR SELECTED PROGRAMS BY LEVELS OF EDUCATION AND INDUSTRY TYPE The potential effects of school choice programs depend critically on what characteristics parents value in schools. Hanushek, for example, notes that parents might not choose effective schools over others that are less effective but offer “pleasant surroundings, athletic facilities, [and] cultural advantages,” (1981, p. 34). To the extent that parents choose productive schools, market discipline can induce greater productivity from school administrators and teachers.

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  • The mathematics students need to learn today is not the same mathematics that their parents and grandparents needed to learn. When today's students become adults, they will face new demands for mathematical proficiency that school mathematics should attempt to anticipate. Moreover, mathematics is a realm no longer restricted to a select few. All young Americans must learn to think mathematically, and they must think mathematically to learn.

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  • The Social Return to Education Since model (1) excludes school resources, the term x jγ potentially captures both conventional peer group effects and other indirect effects associated with the family background characteristics of students at school j . For example, wealthy parents may be more likely to volunteer in their children’s schools, or to vote for increased tax rates to support education

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  • Essays on Economics of Education While it is possible that parents use the demographic data in this way, it seems more likely that home buyers prefer wealthier neighborhoods, even conditional on average student performance (Downes and Zabel, 1997).7

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  • Three essays consider implications of the strong association between student background characteristics and academic performance. Chapter One considers the incentives that school choice policies might create for the efficient management of schools. These incentives would be diluted if parents prefer schools with desirable peer groups to those with inferior peers but better policies and instruction. I model a “Tiebout choice” housing market in which schools differ in both peer group and effectiveness.

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  • TREE ESSAYS ON ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES This could be because effectiveness is swamped by the peer group in parental preferences or because it is difficult to observe directly. In either case, administrators who pursue unproductive policies are unlikely to be disciplined by parental exit and Tiebout choice can create only weak incentives for productive school management.

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  • THE ROLE OF LEARNING IN ACHIEVING PRODUCTIVITY IN NON-EDUCATIONAL SETTINGS IN SERVICE ORGANIZATION My empirical analysis thus has two components. In Section 1.5, I look for evidence that effectiveness sorting is more complete in high-choice than in low-choice markets, as the simulations above suggest it should be if parental valuations attach substantial weight to school effectiveness.

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  • INVESTMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION AND STATE WORKFORCE PRODUCTIVITY Third, parents’ concern for the peer group may be so large that it dominates effectiveness in their choices, so that again there is no effect of choice on effectiveness sorting.

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  • Essays in the Economics of Education The likelihood that parents have imperfect information only reinforces this judgment, as the most widely available indicator of school quality, the average test score, loads heavily on the peer group, while value added is much more difficult to observe.

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  • SEQUENTIAL REVEALING OF INFORMATION AND THE RETURNS TO EDUCATIONAL SIGNALS Caution is required, however, in generalizing from this chapter’s results to choice markets that do not link school assignment to residential location. Under Tiebout choice, parents may have to give up desired neighborhood amenities—views, parks, air quality, or characteristics of neighbors—to obtain a more effective school.

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  • Previous studies have found that adverse effects of maternal employment on child obesity are limited to mothers with higher education and earnings. Explanations for this have centered on differences between the childhood nutritional and exercise environments provided by non-parental caregivers versus by the mothers.

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  • The College Board: Connecting Students to College Success The College Board is a not-for-profit membership association whose mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the association is composed of more than 4,700 schools, colleges, universities, and other educational organizations. Each year, the College Board serves over three and a half million students and their parents, 23,000 high schools, and 3,500 colleges through major programs and services in college admissions, guidance, assessment, financial aid, enrollment, and teaching and learning.

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  • In spite of remarkable progress in drug therapy, childhood and adolescent epilepsy is often a distressing condition lasting several years before possible recovery. Adaptation problems to the disease and also to health recovery are likely to occur. Stigma and discrimination may persist also after recovery. 11,12 Depression in children and adolescents with epilepsy is a common but often unrecognized disorder. Both epilepsy and depression are characterized by a chronic course and poor long- term psychosocial outcome.

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