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Home Visiting Linked to Lower School Truancy and Better Reading Outcomes

| October 9, 2015
Home Visiting Linked to Lower School Truancy and Better Reading Outcomes

Students whose teachers visited them at home to build relationships with their families were less likely to miss school, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins University. Researchers also found that students who took part in a home visiting program were more likely to read at their grade level and that their teachers received higher marks on some parts of their teacher evaluations…

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Regional Early Childhood Collaboration Events – THREE Upcoming Opportunities

| May 14, 2014
Regional Early Childhood Collaboration Events – THREE Upcoming Opportunities

Please join us for an opportunity to understand the various statewide early childhood programs in Arizona that are the core of Arizona’s Early Child-hood System. We will define terms, learn more about our programs and develop collaborative relationships. All those who work with young children are welcome, including, but not limited to AzEIP, Home Visiting […]

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