A recent study has found that full day kindergarten has positive outcomes in children’s academics. The research team in Nevada has witnessed students in full day kindergarten scoring better on tests than children in half-day programs. It was found that parents and communities as a whole had very strong support for the full day kindergarten program.
Research has also shown that education impacts an individual’s health, hearing and vision impairments are likely to be screened and found earlier and people who are more educated tend to live longer. To see full article visit: http://www.reviewjournal.com/news/las-vegas/unlv-study-connects-full-day-kindergarten-better-health-achievement