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Starting school: The effect of early childhood factors on child well-being
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Starting school: The effect of early childhood factors on child well-being

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Children’s well-being around the age when they start school is crucial for their future success in the educational system. Factors in the first 3 years of a child’s life matter for the child’s well-being when he or she starts school. This article analyzes the relationship between early childhood factors–such as maternal employment, family structure, and family life–and future child well-being. The analysis uses the psychosocial SDQ-scale and the number of problems experienced around starting school as measures of well-being. Results show that family factors in particular are important, while the effect of maternal employment–if any–is positive. In addition, the results differ markedly between girls and boys.
Forfattere Mette Deding, SFI
Mette Lausten, SFI
Angelo Rosenstjerne Andersen
Udgivelsesdato 09.03.2007
Sprog Engelsk
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Denne publikation hører under Børn, unge og familie, Skole og uddannelse
emneord: Børn og unge, Skole og uddannelse, Familiebaggrund, Skolegang, Kompetencer

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