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Heidi Rosenberg, Ph.D., is a Senior Research Analyst at Harvard Family Research Project (HFRP). Her work focuses on family engagement in education—including out-of-school time learning—and evaluation strategies to support schools’ and non-profits’ efforts to assess their family engagement work.
Prior to joining HFRP, Heidi served as a clinical social worker in a large urban school district. In this role, she provided therapeutic and psychoeducational services to adolescents and their families and worked with educators and support staff to improve the school climate. More recently, Heidi was a research associate at the Center for Children and Families at Education Development Center, Inc., where she engaged in qualitative and quantitative analyses of educational programs with a focus on literacy development among young children. She has also conducted research on historical trends in federal policy toward delinquent youth.
Heidi received her Ph.D. in educational foundations and policy from the University of Michigan’s School of Education. She earned an MSW in clinical social work from Boston College and holds an LICSW. She studied journalism as an undergraduate and received a BSJ from Ohio University’s Honors Tutorial College.
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