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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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Making Families Matter at Two-Year Colleges: Training the Early Childhood Workforce to Support Families

Examines the extent to which two-year colleges offer family-centered training for early childhood professionals.

Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies: Training Child Care Providers to Support Families

Presents a framework of family-centered training.

Family-Centered Child Care

Provides a training framework to support families through child care programs

Parent-Provider Partnerships

Highlights  challenging issues raised by working with families having differing values, cultural norms, and experiences.

Credentialing Caregivers

Underscores the need for accessible family support training curricula that can be adapted to audiences of child care providers.

The Parent Services Project

Outlines the history of the Parent Services Project and summarizes its main teaching points and training methodology.

Transforming Training

Defines the characteristics of family support in the child care context, highlights research showing the need for provider training, and discusses vital topics for training child care providers in family support.

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