This brief reviews over 100 evaluations of healthy marriage and relationship education programs. The researchers identified the types and prevalence of evaluation outcomes that focused on individuals, couples, families, and communities.
When designing and implementing a healthy marriage and relationship education (HMRE) program, one of the most important decisions program providers need to make is which curriculum to implement. This brief reviews the design of 21 HMRE curricula implemented in formally evaluated programs. The brief is designed to help HMRE program providers and the evaluators that work with them better understand and assess various aspects of HMRE curricula.
Trends in Relationship Formation and Stability in the United States: Dating, Cohabitation, Marriage, and DivorcePublished 2020
Over the past several decades, patterns of union formation and dissolution in the United States have changed in notable ways. Patterns of dating, cohabitation, marriage, and divorce continue to change and evolve, presenting new challenges and opportunities for researchers, policymakers, and practitioners alike.