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intelligence quotient

 A ratio that compares a person's cognitive skills with that of the general population, usually calculated as the mental age divided by the chronologic age, multipled by 100
Intelligence Quotient Tests
Preschool Bayley Scale of Infant development, Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, McCarthy Scales of Children's Abilities, Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children
School age Wechsler scales, Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children
Adult Wechsler scales, Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale
Adult  20-35  Severe mental retardation
  36-51 Moderate mental retardation
  52-67 Mild mental retardation
  68-83 Borderline mental retardation
  90-110 Average
  >140 Gifted–'genius' 

preschool

(prē′skool″) [ pre- + school]
An educational institution such as a nursery school or play group that encourages the cognitive, emotional, and social development of children before they enter mandatory education, i.e., kindergarten.
preschool, adjective
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The establishment of the joint venture is expected to provide the Group with investment opportunities arising from the expansion of school network of MindChamps Preschool in the PRC; and the China Preschool Fund and the Operation Company will serve as a strategic platform of the Group's education operation business in the PRC.
Registration forms for the 2018-19 preschool programs must be submitted in person at one of the following park district locations:
The grants create opportunities for families and preschools to share their expertise to ensure our youngest Canberrans get the very best start in life.
Islamic Education for muslim At least two hours a week children only and Moral Education for nonmuslim children Source: Ministry of Education, the National Preschool Curriculum, 2003, p.
We wish to state that the quality of the preschool provision is not in question and Mrs Powell is free to operate the preschool, subject to Ofsted registration, at any other suitable and available venue.
Mumbai- In Mumbai, a sample respondents' base of 230 preschool parents and 73 teachers rated and ranked Podar Jumbo Kids, Santacruz (W) (PJKSW, estb.
Our baseline empirical approach compares outcomes in these two "model" states to outcomes in the rest of the United States, before and after the introduction of their universal preschool programs, in a difference-in-differences (DD) framework.
While preschool properties face strong competition from other preschool properties, they also have to contend with more general properties that appeal to older children and to all ages.
Table 1 indicated that eighty percent of the students from class one to five of the five schools were high achievers with preschool education.
A survey released earlier this spring by the National Institute for Early Education Research (at Rutgers University in NJ) reveals that although state-funded preschool enrollment has set a new record, most of America's 3- and 4-year-olds are often denied access to public preschool programs.
HOLDEN - Wachusett Regional School District will begin recruiting 16 typically developing preschool children today to attend the school district's Early Childhood Center.
For Vygotskians, many aspects of self-regulation are learned during the preschool years and the approach suggests ways in which early childhood educators can influence its development.