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Research Areas

Complementary Learning

Linking families, schools, and communities to support success in school and in life.

Family Involvement

Promoting strategies to support family involvement in children’s learning and development.

Out-of-School Time

Supporting the accessibility, quality, and sustainability of out-of-school time programs and initiatives.

Early Childhood Education

Promoting innovative program development, family–provider relationships, community collaborations, & successful transitions.


Helping organizations get the information they need to develop and execute effective strategies.

Other Research Areas

Exploring new ideas and research areas.

New at HFRP

September FINE Newsletter: Around the Clock: The Power of Anytime Learning

Learn how families and institutions are working on creative, practical strategies to provide children with learning opportunities anytime, within both formal and informal learning settings.

Web Conference, September 23, 2014: Reshaping Family Engagement

Explore family engagement in anywhere, anytime learning and ways that families, schools, and community organizations can share responsibility for children's learning around the clock.

White House Symposium on Transformative Family Engagement

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation, White House officials, and other partners expand the national conversation about boosting children’s success through transformative family engagement.

Help Close the Achievement Gap—Invest in Summer Learning

New America Media looks at the benefits of summer learning opportunities in helping close the education gap and the importance of family engagement in these activities.

June FINE Newsletter: Expanding Opportunity: The Potential of Anywhere, Anytime Learning

Discover how anywhere, anytime learning has the potential to close the opportunity gap and ensure that all children develop the knowledge, skills, and character traits they need to succeed.

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Published by Harvard Family Research Project