Welcome to Global Family Research Project!
We are pleased to announce that all of the materials produced by Harvard Family Research Project (1983-2016) are now available in the archive section of our Global Family Research Project site. Search the archive and you will find many useful resources and related research for building and evaluating family, school, and community engagement practices, programs, and policies; for strengthening professional and organizational development; and for creating a more equitable anywhere anytime learning ecology for all children and families.
Please note and abide by the terms and conditions for use of these materials as stated on the archive's front page.
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Check out some of our most popular work below.
Family Engagement Schools Capacity Building
Parent-Teacher Conferences: Strategies for Principals, Teachers, and Parents
This guide from Global Family Research Project is designed to support educators and families in conducting productive, successful parent-teacher conferences.continue reading
Early Childhood Education Libraries Research
Seven Research-Based Ways Families Promote Early Literacy
Families, schools, communities, and libraries work together to promote strong literacy pathways for children.continue reading
Libraries Family Engagement Research
Ideabook: Libraries for Families
Libraries are no longer just about books—they are increasingly becoming the educational, technological, and social hub of communities across the nation.continue reading
Family Engagement Early Childhood Education Capacity Building
Families Matter for STEM Learning
This video highlights the importance of family engagement in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) learning.continue reading