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Author(s):Harvard Family Research Project
Title:Focus on families: How to build and support family-centered practices after school
Source:http://www.gse.harvard.edu/hfrp/content/project...
Date:2006
Organization:Harvard Family Research Project
Short Description:Provides information about how to engage families in after school programs, and offers a research base for why family engagement matters.
Annotation:From the Harvard Family Research Project, guide to understanding how to engage families in after school programs, and offers a research base for why family engagement matters, as well as concrete program strategies for engaging families, case studies of promising efforts, and an evaluation tool for improving family engagement practices.
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Evaluation
Interventions
Low-Income Students
Minority/Race/Ethnicity
Parent/Family Involvement and Community Engagement

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