Outlines how programs can use data to engage families and support progress toward outcomes. Describes two helpful approaches for using family-related data: (1) a set of guiding principles, the Four R Approach: Responsible, Respectful, Relevant, and Relationship-based; and (2) a cycle of data activities: Prepare, Collect, Aggregate and Analyze, and Use and Share. Although written for Head Start programs, is useful for other family-serving programs.

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