This chapter discusses the importance of parenting in the child's development and the impact of parenting practices in the development of children's literacy skills. It also discusses intervention programs that can improve parenting as means of advancing at-risk children's language and literacy growth. The two major intervention strategies are family-focused early childhood education (ECE) programs and parent-focused home visiting programs.
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