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Web Conference: How Families, Schools, and Communities Are Reshaping Family Engagement

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How can families, schools, and community organizations, such as afterschool programs, museums, and libraries, share responsibility for children's learning throughout days and over years?   

As part of our year-long series within HFRP Interact, this web conference on September 23, 2014, at 1:00 p.m. EST, explores principles of the expanded definition of family engagement in the context of anywhere, anytime learning.   


  • Margaret Caspe, senior consultant, Harvard Family Research Project
  • Betsy Nikolchev, executive director, Family Engagement Institute (FEI)
  • Carmen Ponce, director, FEI's Stretch to Kindergarten and Early Learning Programs.

Moderator: Christine Patton, senior research analyst, Harvard Family Research Project

The recording of the web conference will be available after Monday, September 29, 2014. And, to stay informed of future HFRP Interact events, sign up for our mailing list.

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