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Child Cognitive Development at Year 5
(by housing status years 1–5)

Source: ICPH analysis of Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing data. n = 1,118. Excluded are children whose mothers did not participate in the year-five, 18-city, or in-home surveys, did not live with their mothers at least half of the time at year five, lived in families with an average (baseline to year five) income-to-poverty ratio greater than 1.25, or did not have valid Woodcock-Johnson Letter-Word Identification Subtest scores. Differences in attention problems are statistically significant at 10% for ever-homeless vs. always stably housed children.

From the Report: Profiles of Risk No. 8: School Readiness


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