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The study has been published in the Australasian Journal of Early Childhood.Factors parents considered included how close a child was to the cut-off age, the maturity of the child, the impact on later years, and the parent's own school experience."Parents, who had negative experiences as one of the youngest in their class, or positive experiences being one of the oldest, felt justified in delaying [kindergarten] entry," Dr Mergler said."They wanted their child to have more maturity and be one of the oldest in the class, indicating this would help them deal with issues including peer pressure, drinking and remaining focused on studying." The research has prompted suggestions parents be given access to support services when making the decision about school starting age.
– This winter University of New Hampshire researchers will monitor New Hampshire’s snowpack in real time using new sophisticated snow scales installed at UNH’s Kingman Research Farm, a facility of the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station. She found the proportion of parents holding children back until they turned six almost doubled between 20, climbing from 1.5 per cent to 2.9 per cent."We also found that the vast majority of those children were boys," Dr Mergler said."We do know that boys …they are often more active, they're less likely to want to sit nicely."As part of her research, Dr Mergler also reviewed an online forum and found parents around the country were really struggling with the decision.Of course, in our society today, students do indeed change schools for various reasons.The member schools have identified a few transfer scenarios that they recognize should be exempted from the general transfer bylaw.The OHSAA receives more inquiries about eligibility in terms of the transfer bylaw than any other aspect of eligibility. §§ 3313.5311 (Ohio non-public school students), or 3313.537 (Ohio community/STEM school students).
Unfortunately, we perhaps should receive more, as invariably an administrator has made his/her own call that later results in forfeiture or worse. A student is considered to have transferred whenever (a) enrollment is changed from one school to another school, or (b) the student participates in a practice, scrimmage or contest with a school-sponsored squad of a school in which the student has not been enrolled unless the non-enrolled student’s participation is pursuant to O. It is not necessary for the school sponsored squad in (b) above to have been an OHSAA member school squad for the student to have been considered to have ‘transferred.”If a student transfers at any time after the fifth day of the student’s ninth grade year or after having established eligibility by playing in a contest (scrimmage, preview/jamboree, Foundation game or regular season/tournament contests), until the one year anniversary of the date of enrollment in the school to which the student transferred, the student shall be ineligible for all contests (including all scrimmages, preview/jamboree/Foundation game) until after the first 50% of the maximum allowable* regular season contests in those sports in which the student participated (participation being defined as playing in a interscholastic contest) during the 12 months immediately preceding this transfer have been competed.
The following chart describes in detail the 50% consequence which shall be applied to any transfer student who has participated in a sport in the 12 months immediately preceding the transfer and does not meet an exception to a transfer bylaw.
Psychologist Dr Amanda Mergler from the School of Early Childhood at Queensland University of Technology studied 224,000 state school students over four years.
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Where once kindergarten was considered a play-based learning environment, Dr Mergler said it was becoming increasingly academic.