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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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Aiming for Accountability: Florida

Efforts include GAP benchmarks; performance-based program budgeting, and the Florida Department of Children and Families accountability system for planning, budgeting, and evaluation.

Aiming for Accountability: Georgia

Efforts include the Policy Council for Children and Families, Family Connection and Community Partnerships, and performance measures mandated by the Budget Accountability and Planning Act of 1993.

Aiming for Accountability: Iowa

Efforts include the Council on Human Investment, Innovation Zones, and the Department of Management's strategic plan.

Aiming for Accountability: Minnesota

Efforts include Minnesota Milestones, Children's Services Report Card, Performance Reporting, and Family Services and Children's Mental Health Collaboratives.

Aiming for Accountability: North Carolina

Efforts include the state's performance/program budgeting system, the Department of Health and Human Services, and Smart Start.

Aiming for Accountability: Ohio

Efforts include Ohio Family and Children First, Early Start, the Wellness Block Grant, and the Family Stability Incentive Fund.

Aiming for Accountability: Oregon

Efforts include Oregon Benchmarks, the Oregon Commission on Children and Families, the Oregon Option, and the Community Partnership Team.

Aiming for Accountability: Vermont

Efforts include the State Team for Children and Families, Success by Six, and the Department of Education.

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