Review this resource for descriptive statistics of the 2019 grantee-level the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS®) Pre-K Teacher-Child Observation Instrument data.
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Explore this resource for descriptive statistics of the 2018 grantee-level the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS®) Pre-K Teacher-Child Observation Instrument data.
Explore the resources on this page, which may be useful to Head Start directors, education managers, coaches, teachers, and others who work with preschoolers.
During the 2016–2017 program year, the Office of Head Start (OHS) used the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS®) Pre-K Teacher-Child Observation Instrument during its on-site reviews of grantees. Review this resource for descriptive statistics of the 2017 grantee-level CLASS® data.
Explore these instruments, which are used to gather information to assess core performance areas of Head Start and Early Head Start grantees.
This resource will help you understand how CLASS® can be used for professional development and will explain how it is used within OHS for program monitoring purposes.
The Crosswalk of the 15-Minute In-service Suites with the CLASS® connects teaching practices and learning activities found in these in-service suites with the domains and dimensions of the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS)®. Head Start grantees may find this tool useful in planning professional development.
Monitoring review reports summarize the results of on-site reviews that assess grantee compliance with requirements governing Head Start programs. This includes those regulations specified in the Head Start Act and all applicable Performance Standards.
Explore this guide that describes how the CLASS® relates to school readiness, and how using it to collect and apply data, including case studies that show how programs have applied CLASS® for support and improvement.