Parent Engagement Practices Improve Outcomes for Preschool Children

Summary:  This article reports on a study done at Pennsylvania State University supported by the RWJ Foundation.  The fey finding was that providing systematic supports for parent engagement in early childhood has the potential to promote optimal development for all children.

Source: K. Bierman, P. Morris, and r. Abenavoli, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, February 2017.

Categories:  Parent Engagement, early Childhood/Preschool


Supporting parents’ efforts to help their children develop during the preschool years improves a child’s school readiness, reduces behavior problems, enhances social skills, and promotes academic success.

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