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Linking families, schools, and communities to support success in school and in life.
Promoting strategies to support family involvement in children’s learning and development.
Supporting the accessibility, quality, and sustainability of out-of-school time programs and initiatives.
Promoting innovative program development, family–provider relationships, community collaborations, & successful transitions.
Helping organizations get the information they need to develop and execute effective strategies.
Exploring new ideas and research areas.
Our current issue of the FINE Newsletter explores new and innovative approaches to educator training and professional development in the area of family engagement.
We are excited to share with you that we have officially launched the Parent University Network. HFRP has identified 140 Parent Universities across the nation and is committed to helping programs connect with their colleagues on key issues and learn about innovative and promising practices.
NPR/KQED's MindShift blog recently interviewed Harvard Family Research Project’s Heidi Rosenberg for suggestions on how to maximize the value of parent–teacher conferences.
Incorporating the use of HFRP research-based teaching cases and theoretical perspectives, this revised book looks at family engagement issues from the early years through pre-adolescence.
This research-to-practice brief, produced by the National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement and co-authored by HFRP’s Christine Patton and M. Elena Lopez, discusses the importance of families’ support for their children’s learning and development as children transition to new environments.