(LRS-5) Light’s Retention Scale, Fifth Edition

By H. Wayne Light, PhD

(LRS-5) Light’s Retention Scale, Fifth Edition

Benefits

Helps educators evaluate the pros and cons of grade retention for particular students

Ages

6 to 18 years

Admin Time

10 minutes

Format

Parent and teacher rating scale

Publish Date

2015

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LRS-5 Kit

Includes Manual; 25 English Record Forms, 25 English Parent Guides; The Principal's Guide to Grade Retention and Promotion

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LRS-5 School Administrator’s Kit

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Includes 25 Retention Worksheets; 25 Parent Consent Forms; 25 Appeal Forms

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LRS-5 Record Form (Pack of 25)

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LRS-5 The Principal's Guide to Grade Retention and Promotion

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(LRS-5) Light’s Retention Scale, Fifth Edition

(LRS-5) Light’s Retention Scale, Fifth Edition

BY H. WAYNE LIGHT, PHD

This useful scale is an economical way to arrive at a sound decision regarding grade retention—a decision that takes into account the particular situation and the needs of the individual student. The new edition of Light’s Retention Scale includes at least 340 quality research studies on school grade retention.  An analysis of these studies produced 21 categories (factors to consider for possible retention) which include such areas as intelligence, mobility, physique, age, gender, participation of parents, preschool enrollment, student’s motivation, attendance, emotional disorders, conduct patterns, and other areas. Concentration and Focus is a new category added to the scale. The student is rated from 1 to 5 in each of these categories, and a total score is computed.

While not a standardized test, this is an excellent counseling and decision-making tool. 


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