Statistics on children, youth and families in Mississippi from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and Mississippi KIDS COUNT
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because one or more years have been deselected.
Definition and Source
STAR Literacy Classification Levels:
1. Emergent 2. Transitional 3. Probable
Early Emergent Reader (330-487):
Understands printed text has meaning, can identify colors, shapes, letters, and numbers.
Late Emergent Reader (488-674):
Identify letters of alphabet, "read" picture books, and can read favorite books with an adult.
Mastered alphabet skills and letter sounds, can blend sounds and word parts to read simple words.
Recognizes words, spends less time sounding out words and more time understanding what is being read.
Available at: https://www.mdek12.org/OPR/Reporting/Assessment
NA: Not Available; S: Data Suppressed.
Mississippi KIDS COUNT
A project of the Children's Foundation of Mississippi, Mississippi KIDS COUNT conducts research on issues affecting the health, safety, and well-being of children and families.Learn More