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EducationBriefJanuary 20151/1/2015
home visits achievement gap American Indians Native Americans Parents as Teachers curriculum child development parenting focus groups home visiting program American Indian families tribal communities i3 Investing in Innovations PATNC BIE Bureau of Indian Education Improving Education Outcomes for American Indian Children
Heather Johnson4/8/2015 3:32 PMHeather Johnson
The Baby FACE program is a home visiting program for American Indian families with children prenatal to age three. The Parents as Teachers National Center has implemented the program in 20 rural, tribal communities in six states. Wilder Research conducted a qualitative evaluation of the program to explain the factors that promote or impede high quality implementation and how high quality implementation fosters positive outcomes for families.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1452 0145204/8/2015 3:39 PMBaby FACE Qualitative Evaluation - Parents as Teachers National Center, Full Report.pdfBaby FACE Qualitative Evaluation - Parents as Teachers National Center, Full ReportJennifer Valorose, Nora Johnson, Matthew Steele, Richard ChaseEvaluationBaby FACE Qualitative Evaluation - Parents as Teachers National Center, Full Report.pdf2.0
  
EducationBriefJanuary 20151/1/2015
home visits achievement gap American Indians Native Americans Parents as Teachers curriculum child development parenting focus groups home visiting program American Indian families tribal communities i3 Investing in Innovations PATNC BIE Bureau of Indian Education Improving Education Outcomes for American Indian Children
Heather Johnson4/8/2015 3:32 PMHeather Johnson
The Baby FACE program is a home visiting program for American Indian families with children prenatal to age three. The Parents as Teachers National Center has implemented the program in 20 rural, tribal communities in six states. Wilder Research conducted a qualitative evaluation of the program to explain the factors that promote or impede high quality implementation and how high quality implementation fosters positive outcomes for families.
HQEJ3PRZQXQ2-119-1453 0145304/8/2015 3:42 PMBaby FACE Qualitative Evaluation - Parents as Teachers National Center, Summary.pdfBaby FACE Qualitative Evaluation - Parents as Teachers National Center, SummaryJennifer ValoroseEvaluationBaby FACE Qualitative Evaluation - Parents as Teachers National Center, Summary.pdf2.0