Encouraging positive parenting in early childhood: Lessons from a community change initiative

Author(s): Walker, Karen E.; Arbreton, Amy; Pepper, Sarah K.; Farley, Chelsea;
Date Issued: January, 2012
Publisher(s): Public/Private Ventures; Child Trends
Description: An evaluation of Children's Futures, an early childhood initiative to improve the health, well-being, and school readiness of infants and toddlers in Trenton, New Jersey, that examines efforts to improve parenting practices through parent-child development center-based programming, based on administrative data, surveys of community residents, and interviews with and observations of center staff
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Funder(s): Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Source: Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures. Retrieved September 25, 2013, from http://www.issuelab.org/click/download1/encouraging_positive_parenting_in_early_childhood_lessons_from_a_community_change_initiative
Topics: Parents & Families > Involvement In Child Care & Early Education

Programs, Interventions & Curricula > Programs > Integrated Services Programs
Country: United States
States: NEW JERSEY
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