By Arwen Hann
Actively engaging with whanau and the local community can help parenting, strengthen communities and increase positive outcomes for children, a study shows.
It is one of many studies to show this. It is outlined below as a case study of one service's efforts.
Researchers, spent two years working with staff and parents at centres to study what effect including families, wider whanau and communities in the “everyday” of early childhood education programmes had on learning outcomes for children and parent participation.
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