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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.

Evaluation

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

April FINE Newsletter: Making it Real—Connected Learning in the Digital Age

In the rapidly changing digital learning environment, institutions are partnering with families to support and inspire children’s digital media use.

W.K. Kellogg Foundation Invests in Family Engagement

HFRP is one of 30 organizations awarded a W.K. Kellogg Foundation grant to strengthen family engagement from birth through third grade.

Revitalizing Family Engagement in the Transition Years

A new project will focus on increasing understanding and implementation of family engagement in the transition to school.

The Transatlantic Forum on Inclusive Early Years. Investing in the Development of Young Children from Immigrant and Low-income Families

Experts at Lisbon forum explore how migrant and low-income parents can become their children’s ”first teachers” and life-long advocates for their children's education.

Discussion Board on the Transition to School—Join Us!

Locate, react to, and share relevant resources to improve the transition to school for children and their families.

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Published by Harvard Family Research Project