• Allen, Norrina B.

The Chicago Longitudinal Study investigates the educational and social development of a same-age cohort of 1,539 low-income, minority children (93 percent African American) who grew up in high-poverty neighborhoods in central-city Chicago and attended government-funded kindergarten programs in the Chicago Public Schools in 1985-1986. Children were at risk of poor outcomes because they face social-environmental disadvantages including neighborhood poverty, family low-income status, and other economic and educational hardships.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
https://doi.org/10.24418/2ENE-5N24
Resource Type
Dataset / Dataset
License
Other (Not Open)
Subjects
Medical (MeSH)
African Americans Minority Groups Poverty Socioeconomic Factors
Topical (FAST)
African American children African American youth Low-income students Outcome assessment (Medical care) Public schools