Family time is important to a child’s learning and development. Explore how Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grantees are using innovative ways to engage busy families.
Learn more about the Family and Community Engagement Technical Assistance (FACE-TA) project. It was conducted by Save the Children.
Find out how to set a course for early childhood quality and best practices for children, families, and child care businesses. Explore ways to build a strong commitment to family engagement.
In this webinar, learn about the updates to the Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (PFCE) Framework. Find out how it aligns with the Head Start Program Performance Standards.
Learn how to work alongside families to support children’s ongoing development and learning through everyday interactions and experiences. Use this module in professional development settings.
Explore the Head Start Parent, Family, and Community Engagement Framework. Use it to implement the Head Start Program Performance Standards for parent, family, and community engagement.
The goal of parent and family engagement is to work with families to build strong and effective partnerships. Explore these three resources to learn ways to strengthen relationships with families.
Explore this resource to learn how supporting families in their relationships with their children promotes learning, healthy development, and later success in school and in life.
Learn how meaningful family engagement contributes to children's school readiness and healthy development. School readiness is the process of early learning when children gain the skills and attitudes to learn and thrive in school.
Family engagement is a collaborative and strengths-based process through which early childhood professionals, families, and children build positive and goal-oriented relationships.