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        School of the Future | Fostering Self-Regulation in Young Children

        Learn about the connection between household income and the development of essential learning skills, and a research study program whose goal is to improve learning outcomes of underprivileged preschoolers, in this media gallery from NOVA: School of the Future. Growing up in poverty exposes young children to stresses that can hinder their ability to focus. Crystal Rulli is a single mother whose youngest child attends a federally funded Head Start program. Crystal and her child are part of a University of Oregon program that provides parents and preschools with techniques to reduce stress and heighten focus in daily interactions. This resource is part of the NOVA: School of the Future Collection.

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        Poverty's Impact on Attention

        An educational strategist and a neuroscientist explain why some conditions, like growing up in poverty, can hinder the development of attention and other skills that children need to be learners.

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        Improving Attention at Home and School

        A mother and her five-year-old daughter participate in a university study designed to improve a child’s ability to focus at home and at school.

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