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Effective family engagement can improve all aspects of a child’s development from birth throughout their school years. Maryland Families Engage provides resources designed for educators, child care providers, families, and community members alike to facilitate the best possible experiences for all children.

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Boo heads floating.
Halloween and COVID-19: Have Fun While Staying Safe
American Academy of Pediatrics
Some Halloween traditions may look different this year ...
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Frida Kahlo Bulletin Board celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.
Hispanic Heritage Month 101 (Infographic)
National PTA
Do you know why Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15 – October 15? ...
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Let’s Talk, Read and Sing about STEM: Tips for Families with Young Children
Too Small to Fail
Even young children can learn the basic concepts of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Teachers and providers can print, ...
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The 2020 Maryland Family Engagement Summit Webinar Series September 10 Presentation
The 2020 Maryland Family Engagement Summit Webinar Series September 10 Event (Presentation)
By Malkia "Kia" McLeod
NOW Available: Dr. Howard Stevenson's Presentation! ...
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Hispanic school-age population faces.
The Faces of U.S. Public School Classrooms (Infographic)
National PTA
Four facts about the fastest-growing minority population in the U.S ...
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Transitions Video (English)
Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Early Childhood
Watch this short video to see an example of parents and families working with early care and education providers to ...
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