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The Harvard Family Research Project separated from the Harvard Graduate School of Education to become the Global Family Research Project as of January 1, 2017. It is no longer affiliated with Harvard University.

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A list of useful resources on the Internet.

HUD's website presents results from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's evaluation of a group of community projects as assessed by their common goals: to create jobs, build and rehabilitate homes, rebuild decayed infrastructure, assist the homeless, and provide essential services to low- and moderate-income persons.

The Evaluation Component of the UIC Neighborhoods Initiative describes the prospective evaluation of the Initiative.

Alliance for National Renewal's Online Resource is a national initiative of the National Civic League, which involves more than 150 national and local organizations working to address the serious problems facing America and its communities.

The Milano Graduate School Community Development Research Center, a subsidiary of the New School for Social Research in New York, provides information on the school's background and mission, research and publications, staff, advisory board, and funders.

The National Civic League is an advocacy organization that promotes the principles of collaborative problem solving and consensus-based decision making in local community building.

Alicia Morales, Research Assistant, HFRP

Cami Anderson, Research Assistant, HFRP

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