Expanding after school program access for vulnerable students: Examining the efficacy of federal policy and funding
The current research examined the efficacy of the 21st CCLC grant program to expand access to quality after school programming for low income students attending low income schools. The following research question guided the analyses: What are the student and school characteristics of the schools providing 21st CCLC funded programs? We further anticipated that school setting, geographical region, and total school enrollment may also be predictive of whether a school has a specific type of after school program; however, our examination of such patterns was exploratory. (author abstract)
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Findings from the fifth-grade round of the early childhood longitudinal study, kindergarten class of 2010-11 (ECLS-K:2011): First look