Father involvement in Early Head Start programs: A practitioners study
Results of a study of father involvement in Early Head Start (EHS) programs funded from 1995-1998, conducted in the winter of 1999-2000, based on a survey completed by 261 of 416 eligible programs and four follow-up focus groups conducted with EHS program directors and father involvement coordinators, with recommendations for effective practices
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Father involvement in Early Head Start programs: A practitioners study [Executive summary]
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