Appendix B - Cross-walk of RQs and Constructs for Data Collection Protocols

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Appendix B - Cross-walk of RQs and Constructs for Data Collection Protocols

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Head Start Connects

Appendix B: Cross-walk of Research Questions and Constructs for Data Collection Protocol

B. Cross-walk of Research Questions and Constructs for Data Collection Protocols

Research Questions

Head Start Administrator/

Family and Community Partnerships Manager

Head Start Family Support Staff

Head Start Other Staff

Parents/ Guardians

Community Providers


Location in Data Collection Protocol (section noted)

Tailoring service coordination to family needs

How do Head Start programs assess individual family needs and develop individualized plans for family support services?

Family Partnership Approach

Sections 2, 8





Family Needs and Types of Support Services


Section 3


Section 4

Sections 3-7


Process for Providing and Coordinating Family Support Services 


Section 4

Sections 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

Sections 3, 5

Sections 3-9

Section 3

Working with Family Support Worker/Staff


Section 4

Section 2

Section 5

Section 8, 9

Section 3

Connecting families with services

How do Head Start programs link or refer families to family support providers and/or services?

How do Head Start programs help families navigate services if multiple needs are identified?

Partnering with Community Providers to Provide Family Support Services 

Section 6

Sections 6, 7

Section 6


Section 3

Working with Head Start Programs  





Section 3

Working with Outside Organizations/Agencies



Section 6

Section 10


Maintaining connections with and for families

How do Head Start programs track service uptake, particularly for services delivered by community partners?

Process for Providing and Coordinating Family Support Services 

Section 5




Section 3

Follow up on, monitor, and track

Section 5

Section 2

Section 5



How do programs determine whether referrals and/or services are meeting families’ needs?

Family Needs and Types of Support Services

Sections 3, 8





Working with Head Start Programs  





Section 3

Building partnerships with community providers to serve families

How do Head Start programs identify service providers in the community who provide family support services for parents and guardians?

How do community needs assessments inform and affect how programs coordinate family support services?

Partnering with Community Providers to Provide Family Support Services 

Section 6

Section 9




How are partnerships with service agencies developed and maintained?

Partnering with Community Providers to Provide Family Support Services

Section 6





Working with Head Start Programs





Section 3

Family Support Services to Deliver in Future

Section 3





Contextual Factors and Supports influencing the coordination of family support services

What are the facilitators and barriers to implementing a tailored approach to coordinating family support services at the family-, program-, and community-levels?

Successes and Challenges

Section 6, 8

Section 12

Section 10

Section 11

Section 3

What resources at the organizational or systems-level support coordinating family support services?

Site Structure and Background 

Section 2

Section 8




Background, Characteristics, Training, Support and Role

Section 7

Sections 2, 10, 11

Sections 8, 9

Section 2

Section 2

Funding Sources for Family Support Services

Section 3





Working with Head Start Programs 





Section 3



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