In the early 1980s launched Missouri director of early childhood education developed a new parent education pilot project to children kindergarten readiness and support family well-being by helping it specially trained teachers on monthly home visits to parents to encourage their children “of the early development increase. Until 1985, when a strong evaluation results for the pilot touted, already dubbed the program Parents as Teachers-binding offer from school Missouri legislature least … Read more »

In the early 1980s launched Missouri director of early childhood education developed a new parent education pilot project to children kindergarten readiness and support family well-being by helping it specially trained teachers on monthly home visits to parents to encourage their children “of the early development increase. Until 1985, when a report strong results for the pilot touted the already made Missouri lawmakers the program dubbed Parents as Teachers a binding offer of school districts nationwide. Soon afterwards formed the St. Louis-based Parents as Teachers National Center, . to monitor the state program and respond to outside requests, has been an independent non-profit From the beginning, built the National Center staff quality control program design and training of educators, parents simultaneously embracing rapid growth; until 1999 Parents as Teachers programs operated more than 500,000 children in the United States and six other countries. Yet despite such efforts, quality control, flexibility and adaptability, which supports fast replication left the National Center world without effective way to manage or supervise the more than 2,000 locations. As a result, the National Center forced to take a hard look at its replication model, its supervisory role, and how the Centre could take to better monitor and improve the quality of programs. HKS CERTIFICATE 1850.0
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Susan Rosegrant,
Christine W. Letts
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Release date: 06 October, 2006. Prod #: HKS206-PDF-ENG
Starting Small, Reaching High (B) HBR case solution