Parents and Programs: Early Childhood as a Pioneer in Parent Involvement and Support
by Douglas R. Powell — 1991
This chapter reviews major practices within these two paradigms of parent involvement: program efforts to support parents' child-rearing roles, and strategies for facilitating program responsiveness and resourcefulness through parent involvement. It concludes with an identification of critical challenges for the 1990s in view of the lessons learned from existing and previous practices.
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