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Lollipops and education
The Lollipop Test was created by retired GSU professor Dr. Alex Chew
Alex Chew was determined to find a more age appropriate way of testing Kindergarten age children and came up with the "Lollipop Test."
Dr. Alexander Chew first started thinking about the importance of lollipops to education in the 1960s. With his academic and professional career focused on education, Chew sought to develop a tool that would help determine how prepared young children were to begin formal schooling. “I became interested in early education while working as a school psychologist,” Chew said.
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