This brief highlights how the Family Engagement Impact Project improved the capacity of families, professionals, and organizations to work together and bolster educational outcomes for young children.
The project served low-income, immigrant children from birth through age 8. It had three phases: planning, implementation, and sustainability.
Funds were awarded to strengthen public-private partnerships, coordinate and integrate family engagement efforts across organizations, and leverage existing community resources. Mathematica Policy Research evaluated the implementation phase of the project.