Family-Centered Principles and Practices

New Leveraging Briefs Series on Attract, Prepare, Retain Available Now!

The new leverage briefs are the culmination of OSEP’s Attract, Prepare, Retain: Effective Personnel for All Initiative and highlight 13 leverage points covering strategies recognized by various stakeholders as essential to addressing critical shortages in the special education workforce.

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Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center

This links to a page on the Early Childhood Technical Assistance (ECTA) Center website that defines family-centered principles and practices, and provides resources to illustrate them.  The ECTA Center also has extensive resources about measuring child and family outcomes.