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PFCE Framework

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Renee Hauge

on 25 September 2013

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Transcript of PFCE Framework

The Roots:
Program Foundations

From Roots To Results - Parent, Family, and Community Engagement in Head Start
Program Leadership
Positive and Goal-Oriented Relationships
Relationships matter! Being emotionally involved and caring helps to promote the development of trusting and respectful relationships.
Continuous Program Improvement
High quality programs are always striving to be better. Good is not good enough. Leadership is committed to continuously improving systems and actiities to engage and support parents and families.
The Core: Program Impact Areas
Program Environment
Family Engagement Outcomes
Family Well-Being
Child Outcomes
The Fruits of Our Labor
Professional Development
Head Start Parent, Family, and Community Engagement Framework

Family Partnerships
Teaching and Learning
Community Partnerships
Positive Parent-Child Relationships
Families as Lifelong Educators
Families as Learners
Family Engagement in Transitions
Family Connections to Peers & Community
Families as Advocates & Leaders
Think of These as Systems
Parents and families are safe, healthy, and have increased financial security.
What would this look like?
Family Well-Being
Positive Parent-Child Relationships
Parents and families develop warm relationships that nurture their child's learning and development.
What would this look like?
Families as Lifelong Educators
Parents and families observe, guide, promote, and participate in the everyday learning of their children at home, school, and in their communities.
What does this look like?
Families as Learners
Parents and families advance their own learning interests through education, training and other experiences that support their parenting, careers, and life goals.
What does that look like?
Family Engagement in Transitions
Parents and families support and advocate for their child's learning and development as they transition to new learning environments.
What does this look like?
Nothing happens without leadership.

The Director, the governing body, Policy Council, parent committees and the management team determine the way that Head Start/EHS programs engage parents, families, and the community.
Staff need support as they work to engage parents, families and the community. This support includes training, technical assistance, coaching, monitoring, feedback, and professional development plans.
Family Connections to Peers & Community
Parents and families form connections with peers and mentors in formal or informal social networks that are supportive and/or educational and that enhance social well-being and community life.
What does that look like?
Families as Advocates & Leaders
Parents and families participate in leadership development, decision-making, program policy development, or in community and state organizing activities to improve children's development and learning experiences.
What does this look like?
Families feel welcomed, valued, and respected by program staff.
Families work with staff to identify and achieve their goals and aspirations.
Communities support families' interests and needs and encourage parent and family engagement in children's learning.
Families are engaged as equal partners in their children's learning and development.
Think of These as Services
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