Protecting Children and Supporting Families: Promising Programs and Organizational Realities
This book highlights encouraging news about programs that produce better outcomes for disadvantaged children and families. It includes a comprehensive and up-to-date synthesis of the research evidence available on the effectiveness of these promising programs. Particular attention is given to programs with a demonstrated potential to prevent child abuse and neglect and family breakdown.
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Protecting Children and Supporting Families: Promising Programs and ...
Gary Cameron,Jim Vanderwoerd,Leslea Peirson
Anteprima non disponibile - 1997
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