Strengthening Families Illinois: How Management and Policy Interventions Influence the Quality of Professional-Parent Partnerships in Child Care
The goals of this multiple case study were to: (1) identify how Strengthening Families Illinois (SFI) influenced changes in child care programs; (2) identify theorized characteristics of conventional and relational child care organizations; and (3) test the hypothesis that conventional bureaucratic organizational systems discourage partnerships with families, whereas relational bureaucratic organizations are more conducive to partnerships with families.
Administration for Children and Families/OPRE Projects
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Strengthening Families Illinois: How management and policy interventions influence the quality of professional-parent partnerships in child care