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The FINE Newsletter shares the newest and best family involvement research and resources from HFRP and other field leaders. Visit our subscription center to receive the FINE Newsletter via email.

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Volume VII, Issue 4, November 2015
FINE Newsletter: Evaluation and Improvement Science in Action

Program evaluation and improvement science offer valuable insights into how programs can do better at what they do. Access resources and tools for strengthening program evaluation efforts.

Volume VII, Issue 3, August 2015
FINE Newsletter: Blended Learning: Preparing and Supporting Educators to Engage Families

Thanks to rapid technological advances over the past 10 years, the look and feel of professional learning has evolved considerably. Learn how blended professional learning opportunities can prepare and support educators to engage families in meaningful ways.

Volume VII, Issue 2, Summer 2015
FINE Newsletter: Engaging Students in Afterschool Learning

Afterschool programs are important places where students can have fun while gaining new skills. How do these programs engage students’ hearts and minds? Learn about youth engagement and promising practices in this issue of the FINE Newsletter.

Volume VII, Issue 1, March 19, 2015
March FINE Newsletter: Engaging Families, Schools, and Communities in the Transition to School

The transition to school is an important milestone in the lives of children and families and also a matter of equity. Read what research says about the transition and what three programs in high-risk districts are doing to address inequalities.

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