Students Scoring in the 51st to 99Th Percentile Psychosocial Adjustment: T-CRS Assertiveness
|New York City Preschool Cohort||0.35|
|Large 4 Preschool Cohort||0.48|
|Urban-Suburban High Need Preschool Cohort||0.53|
|Rural High Need Preschool Cohort||0.57|
|Average Need Preschool Cohort||0.49|
|Low Need Preschool Cohort||0.56|
|Total Preschool Cohort||0.36|
|Comparison Cohort, No Preschool Services||0.3|
Chart Image: Bar chart - psychosocial adjustment - assertiveness
Notes: Positive Assertiveness would include student being observed as follows:
- Participates in class discussions.
- Defends own views under group pressure.
- Expresses ideas willingly.
- Comfortable as a leader.
Negative Assertiveness would be observed as follows:
- Anxious, worried.
- Nervous, frightened, tense.
- Does not express feelings.
Preliminary summary of findings
Source: independent research by MGT of America, Inc.
NYSED VESID, DVJ
Oct. 3, 2007