Learning begins in families.
Parents and other family members introduce young children to learning in many environments.
Global Family Research Project
● Informs the development of early-childhood education policies, practices, and grantmaking through research and evaluation, with a special focus on underserved children and families.
● Develops tools for professional learning, with an emphasis on applying research-informed practices in real-world settings.
● Connects early-childhood champions so they can benefit from each other’s knowledge and experience.
Family engagement professionals become first responders, develop creative ways to connect with students and parents
As remote learning continues, parent coordinators take the lead in reimagining services to ‘meet families where they are’ and adapt to an ever-changing fall semester.continue reading