The Chicago School Readiness Project (CSRP) is a longitudinal study launched in 2003 in Chicago Head Start Centers. The study implemented a classroom-based self-regulation intervention at 18 sites in 35 preschool classrooms that aimed to improve school readiness by developing social-emotional skills. This intervention provided teachers with training on child behavior management. They also received mental health consultation as a way of managing stress. 600 students from low-income backgrounds and 90 teachers in Chicago have participated in the study, and data has been collected multiple times throughout the years. Currently, interviews are being held with high school students who had participated in CSRP in preschool in order to better understand how this program affected students’ success in schools and their post-high school plans. Learn more about CSRP and other findings here.