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Redefining parent involvement in Head Start: A two-generation approach

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A review of several two-generation program evaluations: Comprehensive Child Development Program; Even Start Family Literacy Program; Head Start Family Service Centers; New Chance; and New Hope, with suggestions for enhancing the ability of Head Start programs to respond to the needs of low income families and maintain high levels of parent involvement
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United States

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