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National Standards for Family-School Partnerships

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The National Standards for Family-school partnerships, as presented by the National PTA. Although these standards are written for school-aged children, they are more than applicable to the early childhood classroom. Review the suggestions for each of the six standards as well as NAEYC's Family Engagement Resource List.

Explain the two standards and offer at least three suggestions to incorporate these standards in your preschool program. Then, explain why these standards should be the basis for all early childhood programs, and how it they will benefit your students and their families.

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As you explain the two standards why these standards should be the basis for all early childhood programs, and how it they will benefit your students and their families, I feel that Standard 1: Welcoming all families into the school community is essential for student success because when teachers value the whole child and their families, the teachers value them as learners and partners in the learning process. It is essential to get to know, cherish, and celebrate ...

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Commentary is briefly offered to justify standards as the basis for all early childhood programs.

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