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Toddler Play Group Starts January 21, 2016

| January 4, 2016
Toddler Play Group Starts January 21, 2016

Healthy Steps Presents: Toddler Play Group for children 1 – 3 years of age Thursday mornings from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. starting January 21, 2016, please join us for this informal opportunity to share, learn, and meet other parents who can relate to you! The group will provide you with an opportunity to: Meet other […]

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Toddler Play Group Starts January 21, 2016

| December 28, 2015
Toddler Play Group Starts January 21, 2016

Healthy Steps Presents: Toddler Play Group for children 1 – 3 years of age Thursday mornings from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. starting January 21, 2016, please join us for this informal opportunity to share, learn, and meet other parents who can relate to you! The group will provide you with an opportunity to: Meet other […]

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Phoenix Indian Center’s 5 Week Parenting Workshop in November

| October 18, 2015
Phoenix Indian Center’s 5 Week Parenting Workshop in November

Are you a Parent or Guardian of an American Indian Youth? Phoenix Indian Center’s 5 Week Parenting Workshop has been developed by American Indian Parents & Families to: Increase parenting skills through culture, learn more about child and youth developmet, increase communication skills with children and other adults, and prevent and reduce risky behaviors. Workshops start November 2, 2015.

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Parent Engagement on Rise as Priority for Schools and Districts

| July 20, 2015
Parent Engagement on Rise as Priority for Schools and Districts

Family-engagement practitioners and researchers say educators are adopting systemic and sustained efforts to integrate parents into the fabric of their schools

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Parent Engagement on Rise as Priority for Schools and Districts

| June 29, 2015
Parent Engagement on Rise as Priority for Schools and Districts

Push for formal role, rather than add-on By Karla Scoon Reid Family-engagement practitioners and researchers say educators are adopting systemic and sustained efforts to integrate parents into the fabric of their schools—a welcome shift for advocates who have complained of lip service but scant support for programs they say can have a big impact on […]

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