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BIE Family and Child Education program: 2019 report


This study evaluated implementation and outcomes of the Bureau of Indian Education’s Family and Child Education (FACE) program, an American Indian early childhood education/parental involvement program. Implementation data include FACE participant and staff characteristics, FACE services usage and standards, and FACE technical assistance support. FACE outcome data include parent-reported degree of increased interest in learning, reading, self-confidence, communication skills, social skills, and school readiness for children from birth to 5 years. Other adult and program outcomes include increased use of goal setting, self-improvement, parenting skills, family engagement in literacy activities, improved home-school and community partnerships, and integration of American Indian language and culture.

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United States
Arizona; Michigan; Minnesota; Mississippi; New Mexico; North Dakota; South Dakota; Utah; Washington; Wisconsin

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