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Family engagement in early childhood settings in North Dakota: Opportunities, barriers and parent preferences

North Dakota State University, Extension led efforts to expand understanding and opportunities for family engagement (Goal 3.10). This report presents findings based on three focus groups across the state, as well as a parent feedback survey involving 175 participants.
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United States
North Dakota

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