Collaboration with Families and Communities

This is the second edition of an early childhood textbook for undergraduate early childhood students. The book discusses theoretical and practical approaches for early childhood programs to work together effectively with families and the communioty.IIts focus is on cultural diversity, systemic approaches, and close collaboration between parents and the early childhood programs.


In today's context, early childhood programs must implement a variety of approaches and policies to work effectively with the families of the children they serve. They must establish equal partnerships with these families, through effective communication, decision-making, and collaborations.

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Francis Wardle
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Collaboration with Families and Communities
Second Edition
Zovio Inc.
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Tuesday, September 7, 2021
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ISBN-13: 978-1-62178-639-9
A. Lustig, D. Moneypenny, C. Morris, and J. LeClair.
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