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An Evaluation of an In-School Parenting Education Program: Educating Children for Parenting (ECP)

Released January 1, 1998

Educating Children for Parenting, a Philadelphia-based group, developed curricula that teach children about the responsibilities of parenting, young children’s growth and development, and the importance of caring and nurturing in human relationships. RFA conducted a two-year evaluation of how the parenting curriculum was used in different settings and on the program’s effectiveness and impact.

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