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Table 3 Child level and teacher level characteristics across each treatment condition and total sample

From: Stakeholder selected strategies for obesity prevention in childcare: results from a small-scale cluster randomized hybrid type III trial

   Basic (N = 210) Enhanced (N = 203) Test statistic (t or X2) Study total (N = 413) Program servedb
Child Female, % 62.7 52.9 3.78* 58.1  
Age, years M (SD) 4.1 (0.6) 4.1 (0.6) 0.24 4.1 (0.6)  
Latino/a, % 40.8 20.8 16.16*** 29.5 22.4%
White, % 11.3 15.6 0.85 12.4 5.4%
Black, % 60.6 75.0 8.21** 69.2 73.1%
Parent no high school degree, % 28.7 13.3 12.92*** 19.9 31.4%
Fall 2018 RRS, M (SD) 25403.9 (9032.6) 24732.6 (9041.3) 0.73 25540.6 (9281.98)  
Spring 2019 RRS, M (SD) 29209.1 (10141.55) 28045.5 (9044.17) 1.27 29303.1 (9388.11)  
 Teacher   N = 36 N = 39   N = 75  
Female,a % 100 100   100  
Race    2.47   
 White, % 22.2 10.5   15.8  
 Black, % 69.4 84.2   77.6  
 Other, % 8.4 5.2   6.5  
Ethnicity    .007   
 Latina, % 5.6 5.1   5.2  
Age, %    5.12   
 19–24 years 2.8 17.9   10.3  
 25–34 years 25 15.4   19.5  
 35–40 years 13.9 10.3   11.7  
 41+ years 58.3 56.4   58.4  
Education    4.05   
 HS/ HS+ some college 27.8 41.0   35.1  
 Associate’s 33.3 35.9   35.1  
 Bachelor’s degree or more 38.9 23.1   29.9  
Teaching experience, %    5.17   
 < 1 year 0 12.8   6.5  
 1–10 years 33.3 33.3   32.5  
 11–20 years 30.6 23.1   26.0  
 21+ years 36.1 30.8   35.1  
  1. aAll teachers were female
  2. bBased on publicly available data from: https://arheadstart.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=96&Itemid=125https://arheadstart.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=96&Itemid=125
  3. *p ≤ .05; **p < .01; ***p < .001