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In the 2nd session, the speakers concentrate on the nature of relying on collaborations amongst households and specialists. They explain 6 research-based collaboration concepts, and stress the practices that households and specialists ought to show when executing the concepts. Tools for determining collaborations and household engagement are likewise talked about.
Visitor speakers consist of personnel from the National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement and early youth partners from Iowa going over a few of their program enhancement efforts.
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ECTA Center Project Officer: Julia Martin Eile.
DaSy Center Project Officers: Meredith Miceli and Richelle Davis.