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Twenty Years of Collaboration for Change

Twenty Years of Collaboration for Change: A University-Community Partnership to Support Rural Kinship Families By Jennifer A. Crittenden, Elizabeth Armstrong, Travis Bryant, and Bette Hoxie The benefits of university-community partnerships

Parents as Teachers

Parents as Teachers: Using Virtual Technology in Service Delivery to Children and Families who are Vulnerable Published in Children’s Voice, Volume 29, Number 2 by Eric Clark When the COVID-19 pandemic

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