"Using Research to Improve Practice in Community-Based Early Childhood Programs"
Understanding Why and How Early Head Start Programs Impact Long-Term Outcomes
Join us for a talk by Beth Green, PhD, Director of Early Childhood & Family Support Research at the Center for Improvement of Child & Family Services at Portland State University.
Pizza will be served!
While many early childhood prevention programs have documented early impacts on key outcomes such as parenting and child development, few studies have examined whether and how these early interventions create long-term change. This study examined the effectiveness of the Early Head Start (EHS) program in preventing child maltreatment from birth to age 15. EHS is a widely implemented program providing supports to low income families with children ages birth-3 years of age. This talk addresses two questions: (1) Does EHS reduce rates of reported child maltreatment? (2) What are the key pathways (mediators) that lead to these reductions?
Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 4:30pm
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