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Erwin Elizabeth J., Maude Susan P., Palmer Susan B., Summers Jean Ann, Brotherson Mary Jane, Haines Shana J., Stroup-Rentier Vera Lynne, Zheng Yuzhu, Peck Nancy F., July, 2016
Other
Peer Reviewed
Early childhood practitioners can play a vital role in the development of early self-determination in partnership with families. Self-determination has been generally considered to be about personal agency or control that can also relate to the…
Haines Shana J., Summers Jean Ann, Turnbull Ann, Turnbull Rud, 2015
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
The attendance of children from refugee families at Head Start agencies provides the opportunity for Head Start staff to foster trusting family partnerships that are collaborative, respectful, and goal-oriented, yet little is known about how the…
Haines Shana J., Summers Jean Ann, Turnbull Ann, Turnbull Rud, 2015
Executive Summary
Peer Reviewed
The attendance of children from refugee families at Head Start agencies provides the opportunity for Head Start staff to foster trusting family partnerships that are collaborative, respectful, and goal-oriented. The purpose of this study was to…
Stroup-Rentier Vera Lynne, Summers Jean Ann, Palmer Susan B., Turnbull Ann, 2015
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
This study explores family-professional partnerships in a Head Start and considers how an intervention designed to address needs of young children through joint efforts by families and Head Start teachers may influence those partnerships. The site…
Stroup-Rentier Vera Lynne, Summers Jean Ann, Palmer Susan B., Turnbull Ann, 2015
Executive Summary
Peer Reviewed
This research to practice summarizes the findings of a study of family-professional partnerships in a Head Start. Head Start's commitment to family partnership, makes the program selected an exemplar for positive beliefs about families and the…