Integrating Strategies for Program Progress (ISPP) Part II

This is the second in a series of exercises that may be used with colleagues to become more familiar with the Office of Head Start Parent, Family, and Community Engagement Framework (PFCE Framework). The research-based guide helps in developing ongoing partnerships with children’s caring adults to promote family well-being and children’s school readiness.

Mother handing child to caregiver

The first exercise in the series—Integrating Strategies for Program Progress (ISPP), now referred to as ISPP, Part I—explores specific engagement strategies that lead to progress in reaching the PFCE Framework’s Outcomes for families and children. Integrating Strategies for Program Progress, Part II (ISPP, Part II) takes a next step. It is designed to deepen your understanding of the connections between strategies and practices that lead to a systemic, integrated, and comprehensive approach to parent, family, and community engagement (PFCE). Integrating Strategies for Program Progress (ISPP) Part II [PDF, 4.8MB].

Integrating Strategies for Program Progress (ISPP) Part II. HHS/ACF/OHS/NCPFCE. 2012. English. [PDF, 4.8MB].

Last Reviewed: March 2013

Last Updated: November 13, 2014