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parent education

thoughtful conveyance of information enabling the parent to provide high-quality childrearing.
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Implementation of the HIPPY program as parent education for parents of preschool children (4-6 years) with semi-professional trainers and professional coordination in various districts in Frankfurt am Main.
They also enrolled for the parent education classes at the Corniche Hospital and completed the entire seven courses in 27 weeks of Hemanthi's pregnancy.
The theme of National Teen Driver Safety Week, 'It takes two: Shared expectations for parents and teens for driving,' is in lockstep with the Council's recent focus on parent education around teen driver safety.
Robin Bowen, Executive Director of the California Parenting Institute states, “The new Parent Education Center will drive measurable impacts on CPI's capacity to provide needed programs to Sonoma County families.
Specifically, it is estimated that more than half of all parents involved in the child welfare system nationwide, including those with children in foster care as well as those receiving services at home, attend parent education programs.
Numerous benefits associated with participation in prison parent education programs have been documented, including benefits to inmates, to their children and reductions in recidivism.
Parent education about special education procedures becomes an important aspect of parental involvement.
Each organization has taken on a different role to improve wellness in the schools and in the community through parent education, in-school and after-school intervention, teacher training and support groups, according to Bonnie Bailer, director of the Center for Healthier Communities.
Few parent programs specifically address parental values with respect to dating in the early grades, provide direct information about the relationship between early dating and later sexual behavior, or help parents recognize and reconcile the pressures for teenagers to date in order to be happy or popular among their peers; discussion of these issues could also improve the behavioral outcomes of parent education programs.
At Risk Parent Education in newcomer communities was cancelled;
mentoring and parent education programs) as more important than others (Bryan & Holcomb-McCoy, 2004).
In addition to running the school, each mother regularly assisted the teacher in the classroom and committed herself to a parent education program.

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