Parents as Teachers

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.


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Baby FACE Qualitative Evaluation - Parents as Teachers National Center, Full ReportEvaluationJanuary 2015Jennifer Valorose, Nora Johnson, Matthew Steele, Richard Chase
Baby FACE Qualitative Evaluation - Parents as Teachers National Center, SummaryEvaluationJanuary 2015Jennifer Valorose

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