Find out how to use data to enhance father engagement activities in Head Start and Early Head programs. Review strategies for supporting continuous learning and quality improvement.
Learn how to use professional development to enhance father engagement in Head Start and Early Head Start programs. Reflect on examples and consider useful tips for administrators, supervisors, and staff.
Explore strategies to expand program leadership practices related to father engagement in Head Start and Early Head Start programs. Discover opportunities for practice and reflection.
Learn how staff can build strong, meaningful, and authentic relationships with fathers in Head Start and Early Head Start programs. This guide includes engagement strategies and ideas for practice and reflection.
Staff can use this module to learn how to work alongside and engage fathers in early care and education programs.
Explore ways to engage fathers in children's development. These quick strategies can enhance father engagement efforts in early childhood programs.
Display these wall posters to celebrate fathers’ passion for their children and the many things they do for their children every day.
Explore this set of resources designed to support Latino fathers as early literacy models for their children. The resources outline creating father-friendly environments, building community supports, sharing stories, and supporting early literacy for young children. Many of the resources and activities are in English and Spanish.
Fathers for Life: Strengthening Families and Fatherhood: Children of Fathers in the Criminal Justice System
This resource was developed under an Innovation and Improvement Project grant from the Office of Head Start with the goal to encourage and support positive relationships of families with infants, toddlers, and preschool-aged children of incarcerated fathers or fathers on probation or parole. Head Start programs may find this resource useful.