Celebrate 30 Years of FACE!

Family and Child Education (FACE) has reached a thirty-year milestone and we celebrate this monumental endeavor. This is a partnership between the federal Bureau of Indian Education, the National Center for Families Learning and Parents as Teachers National Center. FACE is a two generation model with an emphasis on family literacy through an integrated early childhood/parental involvement program. This unique program was developed specifically for American Indian families matching highly trained, local, Indigenous professionals with families from pregnancy through their children’s first years of life.

We are so excited to share a few momentous events the PAT Virtual Conference will bring to all of our
FACE participants! Amazing guest speakers, events, children's authors, and so much more!
We are looking forward to seeing you there!

FACE Town Hall Agenda: Tuesday





FACE General Session Agenda: Wednesday

What Is FACE?

A program for kids ages 0 to 8, parents, and primary caretakers. Built on a model that respects American Indian culture and traditions, the FACE program aims for school reform in three settings—home, school, and community.

What Parents Are Saying

  • Donald Pine
    The FACE Program, is a crucial program because we are finding that many of our kids are coming in and ill prepared for kindergarten. We are finding that parents are believing that it is our job only to educate their children. So we are trying to establish parents as partners in their education with their child.
    Donald Pine
    Principal/FACE Coordinator Tse'ii'ahi' Community School
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    As a parent educator, the benefits of what I see is having the kids accomplish their milestones and to see them start their first word or pick up a book and it becomes natural for them.

    Wenona Johnson-Morris
    FACE Parent Educator
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    Students who have been acculturated in the FACE program understand that school is important and that education is a part of their day. They're eager to learn, they're excited to be in the classroom. They're excited to work with a teacher. They're less shy and more apt to be acceptable to new ideas.

    Tiffany Blackbull
    1st grade Teacher
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    I like the idea of parents as teachers because then it creates the idea that we are not the only teachers at the school but really the education begins in the home and we want to build and support that.

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