Family and Community Knowledge Systems Project

Funded with a grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, this project emphasizes the role of family and community knowledge systems in whole-child development and formal early childhood programs. Two tools were developed: one for parents to assess healthy early childhood development and a second for providers and program staff to assess program quality.


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Family and Community Engagement Survey Guide for FacilitatorsOtherJuly 2015Betty Emarita, Richard Chase
Promoting and Measuring Family and Community Engagement for Healthy Early Childhood DevelopmentOtherApril 2014Betty Emarita, Richard Chase
Promoting and Measuring Family and Community Engagement for Healthy Early Childhood Development - Includes ToolOtherApril 2014Betty Emarita, Richard Chase
Family and Community Knowledge Systems - New Tools for EngagementEvaluationJuly 2012Betty Emarita, Richard Chase

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