FACE (Family and Child Education)
FACE was initiated in 1990, and currently has programs in 49 Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) funded schools. It was designed as a family literacy program; an integrated model for an early childhood/parental involvement program for American Indian families in BIE-funded schools. Evaluation indicates that FACE programs are succeeding in addressing achievement gaps for American Indian children primarily located on rural reservations, and in better preparing them for school.
The goals of the FACE program are: to support parents/primary caregivers in their role as their child’s first and most influential teacher; to increase family literacy; to strengthen family-school-community connections; to promote the early identification and services to children with special needs; to increase parent participation in their child’s learning; to support and celebrate the unique cultural and linguistic diversity of each American Indian community served by the program; and to promote lifelong learning. Program services integrate language and culture in two settings: home and school.
The FACE Continuing Application must be completed on Native Star. All FACE applications are due annually on May 30th. If you have any questions regarding the application process on Native Star, please contact LuAnn Wooten at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLICK HERE - Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA) Part C & B (Birth through Fives Years Old) for Tribal Child Count, December 1, 2015
- FACE Executive Summary 2017 Study
- FACE Evaluation 2017 Report
- FACE Executive Summary 2016 Study
- FACE Evaluation 2016 Report
- FACE Executive Summary 2015 Study
- FACE Evaluation 2015 Report
- FACE Executive Summary 2014 Study
- FACE Evaluation 2014 Report