Learning begins in families.
Parents and other family members introduce young children to learning in many environments.
Global Family Research Project
● Informs the development of early-childhood education policies, practices, and grantmaking through research and evaluation, with a special focus on underserved children and families.
● Develops tools for professional learning, with an emphasis on applying research-informed practices in real-world settings.
● Connects early-childhood champions so they can benefit from each other’s knowledge and experience.
5 Benefits of Human-Centered Design Thinking for Family Engagement
GFRP, the Early Learning Lab and the National Center for Families Learning, explore five ways that human-centered design benefits family engagement practice.continue reading