Effects of the Incredible Years Classroom and Teacher Combined Intervention on Preschool Children's Self Regulation and Academic Achievement

This subcontract from Duke University supports time for Dr. Murray to collaborate with colleagues on an IES-funded evaluation of the Incredible Years Dinosaur Classroom Prevention Program (IY Dina) and Teacher Classroom Management (IYT) Program on pre-k students' social-emotional functioning, executive functioning, and early academic skills. The study will involve approximately 120 NC PreK classrooms in four counties in North Carolina. Approximately 1200 preschool children from 120 classrooms will enter the study in two cohorts during preschool and will be followed up in kindergarten.

For more information on the study, see https://childandfamilypolicy.duke.edu/project/effects-of-the-incredible-years-classroom-and-teacher-combined-interventions-on-preschool-childrens-self-regulation-and-academic-achievement/

FPG Project Staff:
Desiree W. Murray, Principal Investigator
Funding Agency: Duke University
Funding Period: 07/01/2015 - 06/30/2017
Award Amount: $59,826