Thursday, April 18, 2013

Australian Early Development Index 2012 Summary Report

The Australian Early Development Index (AEDI) is a population measure of children’s development as they enter school that helps communities to know how their children are fairing.

The results provide communities around Australia with information about local children across five domains of early childhood development covering:

 physical health and wellbeing

 social competence

 emotional maturity

 language and cognitive skills (school-based)

 communication skills and general knowledge.

You can download a PDF of this Summary Report.

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