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Wisconsin Family & Community Partnership Survey: Final report

The two Family and Community Partnership surveys (referred to as FCP surveys) were designed to help the Family and Community Partnership Project Team (Project Team) of the Governor's Early Childhood Advisory Council (ECAC) to: (1) understand the extent to which early childhood programs partner and engage with families, and (2) identify specific strategies that reinforce the principles of family engagement and community partnership. This effort reinforces Wisconsin's strong commitment to family and community partnership and is designed to align with the State's Race to the Top priorities. The surveys are the first phase of an effort to develop a compendium of practices to be shared with early childhood programs across the state. During survey development, Project Team members observed that little was known about the extent to which early childhood programs were currently implementing strategies to promote family and community partnerships. Thus, the FCP surveys queried early childhood agencies (and collaborations) about specific activities that prior literature has shown to be effective at promoting family and community partnership. (author abstract)
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