This dataset includes data from 446 children in Uzgorod and Mukacheve cities in Ukraine. Background information on geographic sample the data was collected. The average age of children was 5 years. The data was collected by the Ukrainian Step by Step Foundation as part of its "Establishing Good Examples of Quality Education for Roma Children" program. Step by Step works to ensure equal access to high-quality education for all children, including children with special needs; children from ethnic and national minorities; and families in crisis.
Average learning and development scores in IDELA domains
On average, children scored 58% correct on the IDELA assessment.
Distribution of Total IDELA scores
Scares ranges from less than 10% to over 90%. The most common score range was 51-60%.
Distribution of children’s ages
Most children in the sample were 5 or 6 years old.
Average IDELA scores by child’s age
On average, one additional year was associated with an additional 7.5 percentage points correct in overall IDELA score.
Distribution of children’s gender
49% of children in the sample were female. Total IDELA score was not associated with a particular gender.