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Online Guide Provides Web Resources About Family Involvement

10/27/2005:   A new online resource guide on family involvement, produced by the Harvard Family Research Project, can be used to get fresh ideas for your work, find programs, develop presentations, and locate organizations that can support your work.

The guide contains web links to research, information, and tools produced within the past five years. Information in the guide includes resources about family involvement in early childhood, elementary, middle, and high school education. The 50-page guide can be downloaded for free online.

The Harvard Family Research Project helps philanthropies, policymakers, and practitioners develop strategies to promote the educational and social success and well-being of children, families, and their communities.

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