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1. "What Works" in Fatherhood Programs?
2. What is the crucial determinant of the dad’s impact on a child’s development, and adjustment?
3. What are some examples intended to illustrate the kinds of fathers’ involvement programs that are working in schools, childcare centers and communities?


A. The closeness of the father-child relationship.
B.  Buhrer Elementary School; Cane Run Elementary School; R.E.A.D. to Kids--Reconnecting Education and Dads; Kindering Center; Advance Child and Family Development Program; Mary Hooker Elementary School Family Resource Center; Pinellas County Head Start’s Accepting the Leadership Challenge; Fairfax-San Anselmo Children’s Center; Florence S. Brown Pre-K Program; Sunbelt Human Advancement Resources, Inc. Head Start; Parents as Teachers; Hueco Elementary School; Roosevelt High School; and The Illinois Fatherhood Initiative (IFI) have a lasting and positive impact.
C. Incorporate teaching methods and materials that are culturally appropriate for fathers and populations being served; Select teachers and facilitators who believe in the program being implemented and provide them with relevant training and coaching; Effective programs have a high staff-participant ration. Target curricula and set clear goals to be achieved by the program; Use theory-based approaches that have been effective in influencing parenting behaviors in other contexts; Employ a variety of teaching methods designed to focus on fathers as individuals and, in doing so, personalize the information; Allow sufficient time to complete important core program activities; Have staff who engage in one-on-one relationships with fathers; Provide incentives to engage fathers and families; and Replicate curricula with fidelity.

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