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FACE has been designed to implement a family literacy program for American Indian families in BIE-funded schools. Program services integrate language and culture in three settings: home, school, and community. In the home-based setting, services are provided through a 4-component model: Personal Visits, FACE Family Circles (Group Connections), Screenings, and Resource Networks. In the center-based setting, services are provided through: Adult Education, Early Childhood Education, Parent Time, and Parent and Child Together (PACT) Time®. PACT Time® is also conducted in kindergarten through third grade school classrooms. (author abstract)

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