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Family and community survey on early childhood: A baseline report on families and coordination


First things First (FTF) Family and Community Survey is a baseline report on the current state of parents’ knowledge about children’s early development and parents’ perceptions of the resources currently available for young children and their families in Arizona. The results help identify parents’ current knowledge about early development as well as the areas in which families need additional support to access needed services for their child/children. (author abstract)

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Reports & Papers
United States

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