Families & the North Carolina Smart Start Initiative
An examination of the characteristics, child care arrangements, family activities, and need and use of community services for Smart Start participating families, based on interviews with 356 randomly selected families
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Bringing the community into the process: Issues and promising practices for involving parents and business in local Smart Start partnerships [Executive summary]
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Promoting positive parent-child relationships through Early Head Start home visits