CFLE Network: Advocating for CFLE
Read the Spring 2016 of CFLE Network, featuring articles on advocating for CFLE.
This content is only available for Certified Family Life Educators. Articles marked by an asterisk (*) are open to the general public.
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CFLE in Context: This Is It! — by Miguel Brambila, MS, CFLE
What I Wish I Knew…: Tips for Promoting CFLE Approved Programs — by Lee Millar Bidwell, Ph.D., CFLE
A First-Hand Account of Implementing a Family Life Education Model: Intentionality in Head Start Home Visiting — by Justin Petkus, MS, CFLE, CCLS
The Domains of Family Practice Model: A Tool for Advocating for Family Life Education — by Judy Myers-Walls, Ph.D., CFLE, Sharon Ballard, Ph.D., CFLE, Carol Darling, Ph.D., CFLE and Karen Myers-Bowman, Ph.D., CFLE
Family Science and Public Policy: Advocating for Families — by Kristie Chandler, Ph.D., CFLE
Washington beckons: Where Family Policy Meets Real Life Challenges — by Kate Wildman
*APR Update: Ensuring Students Appreciate the Ethical Aspects of Carrying Out an Interview for a Course Assignment — by Deborah Gentry, Ed.D., CFLE, NCFR Academic Program Liaison
*CFLE Directions: NCFR to Offer Family Life Education Assessment Exam — by Dawn Cassidy, M.Ed., CFLE, NCFR Director of Family Life Education