Longitudinal Study Poverty

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Longitudinal Study

Studying poverty and school readiness in a longitudinal approach may benefit the research because of the amount of time spent to collect valuable data. For a deeper understanding of poverty and its effect on school readiness on young children, we must first look at some factors that may contribute to the results. Because young children develop in many stages, a research cannot focus on just once are, but it must be conduct throughout the child’s childhood up to adolescence years to fully understand the cause and effect of poverty. Poverty has strong effect on infants and young children and the severity of the outcome depends on the length of time the child is exposed to the living conditions. A child’s cognitive development
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