2018 QRIS National Meeting

424. Integrating Family Engagement into Early Childhood Systems: Lessons from States and Tribes

Date: Monday July 16, 2018
Time: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: Nautilus 3
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Family Engagement is an essential feature of high-quality early care and education. Participants in this session will learn about state and tribal administrators’ efforts to integrate family engagement as a priority in their early childhood systems in order to achieve positive outcomes for children and families. Using facilitated peer-exchange, participants will also discuss their own potential opportunities for advancing family engagement through policy and systems change. 

Presenters: Beth Barrett, Indiana Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Times; Chrissie Castro and Anna Lovejoy, Center for the Study of Social Policy; Jeffrey Van Deusen, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services

Resources: application/pdf icon424 Handout PFCE Framework.pdf
application/pdf icon424 Powerpoint.pdf