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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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Learning From Logic Models: An Example of a Family/School Partnership Program

A step-by-step approach for developing and using a logic model for a program or organization’s evaluation.

Indicators: Definition and Use in a Results-Based Accountability System

How indicators enable decision makers to assess progress toward intended outputs, outcomes, goals, and objectives.

Strategic Planning Process: Steps in Developing Strategic Plans

An overview of the strategic planning process, an essential first step in the development of a results-based accountability system.

Aiming for Accountability: Lessons Learned From Eight States (digest)

How eight states overcame challenges in developing RBA systems and what the characteristics of promising RBA efforts are.

Overview of Results-Based Accountability: Components of RBA

Demonstrates how RBA can be used at different levels and in different contexts.

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