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Master of Science (MS)
Family, Consumer, and Human Development
Don C. Carter
Parent education has existed for as long as one parent has attempted to help another, and for as long as we have record s . To what extent it has served its purpose has not been fully established . Only the future will fully tell how successful parent education programs have been among those who participated in them, because the final measure of success of a parent education program is the degree to which it contributes to effective family relationships and to favorable growth and development of children in the home .
Cahoon, Owen William, "Parent Education in a Cooperative Nursery School" (1964). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 2210.
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