Vulnerable English-speaking children: 2017 Quebec Survey of Child Development in Kindergarten data analysis

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Title: Vulnerable English-speaking children: 2017 Quebec Survey of Child Development in Kindergarten data analysis

Author: Institut de la statistique du Québec

Publisher: Institut de la statistique du Québec

Year: 2019

Format: PDF

Description:

“Results from the 2017 Quebec Survey of Child Development in Kindergarten (QSCDK) show that kindergarten students whose mother tongue is English are proportionately more likely to be considered vulnerable compared to children whose mother tongue is French. Following this observation, bivariate analyses were performed based on data from the 2017 QSCDK and the 2017 Quebec Survey on the Preschool Path of Kindergarten Students (QSPPKS) to verify if particular individual and family characteristics are associated with the vulnerability of children whose mother tongue is English for each of the five developmental areas measured by the Early Development Instrument (EDI).” (Excerpt from the report)

Document: Vulnerable English-speaking children: 2017 Quebec Survey of Child Development in Kindergarten data analysis