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Building family partnerships: Family engagement findings from the Head Start FACES study

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This report provides preliminary information on family engagement efforts and service provision in Head Start programs. The collected data highlight patterns in the family engagement practices currently taking place in Head Start programs; their alignment with the Head Start Parent, Family, Community Engagement (PFCE) Framework and targeted family outcomes; and parent and staff perspectives on those practices. The report also provides suggestive information on how programs engage with community partners to provide comprehensive services to families and how parents and staff (teachers and family services staff) characterize their relationships with one another. Data are drawn from the Head Start Family and Child Experiences Survey (FACES 2014). (author abstract)

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United States

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