Presented by the National Healthy Marriage Resource Center on June 30, 2010, this 1 hour, 30 minutes webinar shares new research findings on marriage and relationship education programs. The first presentation by Dr. Alan J. Hawkins from Brigham Young University, discusses the impact of relationship and marriage education for lower-income couples. Findings from a meta-analysis of evaluation studies indicate moderate positive effects on communication skills and relationship quality. The second presentation by Dr. Robert G. Wood from Mathematica Policy Research focuses on the effectiveness of the Building Strong Families (BSF) program in strengthening relationships between unmarried parents. Components of the program are described, as well as findings from an evaluation that involved 4,237 couples in 8 BSF programs. Overall, BSF had no effect on relationship quality, intimate partner violence, co-parenting, or father involvement; however, the program did reduce mothers’ parental stress and use of frequent spanking, and reduced depressive symptoms in both mothers and fathers. Program characteristics that led to more positive results in the Oklahoma BSF program are identified, and the positive results of BSF for African American couples are shared. The final presentation by Dr. Jennifer M. Gaubert from the National Healthy Marriage Resource Center, discusses lessons from the Supporting Healthy Marriage Program. Program components are explained and data is shared from an evaluation involving 6,300 couples. Program results show encouraging enrollment and participation rates, and strategies for recruitment and couple engagement are discussed. A PowerPoint presentation is included.