Birth to 5 Father Engagement Guide

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Training & Technical Assistance Services at Western Kentucky University
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Father engagement is not a stand-alone program initiative, but a vital and integrated aspect of parent, family, and community work. This series is organized around the Head Start Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (PFCE) Framework.[SB1] [TJ2]  The Framework guides collaboration among families, Head Start and Early Head Start programs and staff, and community service providers to promote positive, enduring change for children and families. The Framework is the foundation for father engagement efforts. This series is designed for all Head Start staff who interact with fathers, from program leaders and managers to direct service staff, such as family service workers, fatherhood coordinators, teachers, home visitors, health staff, and transportation providers. This series is also useful for parent leaders, community partners, and Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) specialists.

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