If you are looking to enhance quality in ECEC through engaging families and community, here are some key actions you can consider and the tools to help you!
Using research to inform policy and the public
Tools to help brief policymakers, stakeholders or the media on what the research shows
Broadening perspectives through international comparison
Tools to help you compare your country’s practices with others
International comparison on parental and community engagement
Selecting a strategy option
Tools to help assess current strategies and identify possible alternatives strategies
Managing risks: learning from other countries’ policy experiences
A quick read about challenges and risks to consider when implementing policy initiatives
Reflecting on the current state of play
A tool to facilitate reflection on where your country stands in comparison with other country practices
For examples of family and community engagement activities and involvement tools from various countries, click here.
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