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Engaging families in the assessment process and use of data: An early childhood example [PowerPoint]

Resource Type: Other
Author(s): Keizer, Janice; Irwin, Clare W.; Schrotberger, Heather; Walker, Dale; Haremza, Jessica;
Date Issued: 12 August, 2014
Publisher(s): Regional Educational Laboratory Northeast & Islands; Regional Educational Laboratory Southwest
Description: This PowerPoint presentation accompanies a webinar that provides an overview of the Research Program Partnership at the University of Kansas and its work at Educare of Kansas City. Presenters share strategies for using child data as a tool to inform daily practice, to promote family engagement, and to plan within programs and agencies.

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