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1 Daycare, child development & learning outcomes May 2011 Paul Bingley & Mette Gørtz

2 The Team Anders Holm (DPU) Astrid Würtz (ASB) Bente Jensen (DPU) Dario Pozzoli (ASB) Gerard van den Berg (Mannheim, D) Ian Walker (Lancaster, UK) Marianne Simonsen (Aarhus University Econ.) Mette Gørtz (SFI) Mette Lausten (SFI) Nabanita Datta Gupta (ASB) Paul Bingley (SFI) 2

3 Draft papers Inclusion RCT (Holm & Jensen) Pre-school quality & test scores (Bauchmüller, Gørtz, Würtz) Intergenerational transmission and daycare (Bingley & Westergaard-Nielsen) Child care, pre-teen skills and risky behavior (Datta Gupta & Simonsen) SDQ informant discrepancies & child behavior (Datta Gupta, Lausten, Pozzoli) 3

4 Inclusion RCT Holm & Jensen Early childhood education & care program for inclusion Socially disadvantaged children RCT 30/30 daycare centers, 3000 children SDQ socio-emotional development outcome Benefits emotional symptoms, conduct problems & hyperactivity 4

5 Pre-school quality & test scores Bauchmüller, Gørtz, Würtz Daycare exposure 3-5, place guarantee IV, 9th grade test score GPA outcome Staff/child, male carer share, pedagogical training Boys, poor households, immigrant families, staff turnover 5

6 Intergenerational transmission & daycare Bingley & Westergaard-Nielsen 1970’s daycare institution expansion Municipal daycare availability diff-in-diff Schooling & earnings at age 27 outcomes Slight moderation of mother-child schooling correlation 6

7 Child care, pre-teen skills and risky behavior Datta Gupta & Simonsen 1995 SFI-BFU cohort wave age 11 Municipal daycare place guarantee IV No significant effects found 7

8 SDQ informant discrepancies & child behavior Datta Gupta, Lausten, Pozzoli Strengths & Difficulties Questionnaire – Socio-emotional development psychometric instrument – Validated for parent, teacher, child response – Analyse explanatories of differential response 1995 BFU cohort wave 11 – Father knows best 8

9 Ongoing data collection Danish Longitudinal Survey of Children Børneforløbsundersøgelsen (BFU) – 6,011 children from 1995 – Interviewed 1996, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011 (presently in field) Cognitive tests (Raven matrices mom & child) Web survey (schooling, expectations, time & risk preference) 9

10 Looking forward National tests – Danish (2,4,6,8), Maths (3,6), English (7), Geo. & Science (8) – Applied for daycare project research use Ph.D. Student(s) – About to enrol – Combining with other funding 10


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