OHS Family Engagement Framework and Webcasts Now Available

Ther Office of Head Start (OHS) has launched the Parent, Family and Community Engagement (PFCE) Framework. The Framework is a road map for progress in achieving the kinds of outcomes that lead to positive and enduring change for children and families.  This research-based framework was created in collaboration with the OHS National Center for Parent, Family and Community Engagement awarded to the Brazelton Touchpoints Center and 4 partner organizations.  Visit the OHS Early Learning Center to download the Framework, access a series of webcasts and listen a national conference call to learn more about PFCE Framework.

These webcasts include the voices of parents, program directors, and staff discussing what the PFCE framework would look like in programs.  Topics included:

The PFCE Framework and School Readiness

Parent and Family Engagement Outcomes

Program Leadership and Family Engagement:

Children’s Learning and Development and Family Engagement