PARENTS as Partners

Cohen, Deborah L.
May 1990
Education Week;5/9/1990, Vol. 9 Issue 33, p13
The article features the parent-education programs and family-resource centers established by public and private organizations in the U.S. These organizations aim to give assistance to parents in child rearing and development concerns. Sally A. Provence, professor emeritus of child development and pediatrics at the Yale University Child Study Center, supports the efforts done by researchers to ensure people who need assistance have enough information on techniques and methods of parenting.


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