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Georgia’s Building Opportunities in Out-of-School Time (BOOST) Grants Program: Year 1 – Impact brief


A total of 100 BOOST grantees (including 96 community organizations and four statewide organizations) implemented programming in Year 1.  Across the 100 grantees, the majority (72%) were year-round programs (e.g., operating both during the academic year and the summer months), and the remainder were academic year only programs (11%) or summer only programs (17%). Collectively, the community grantees operated 1,342 academic year sites (Figure 2). The majority (70%) operated at least five locations – with one outlier, Boy Scouts of America Atlanta Area Council, serving 594 sites. There were also 332 summer program sites among the community grantees, with the majority (80%) operating fewer than five sites — with one outlier, Bread of Life Development Ministries, Inc. operating 62 sites. Additionally, the four statewide grantees — Communities in Schools of Georgia, Georgia Alliance of Boys and Girls Clubs, YMCA of Metro Atlanta, and Georgia Recreation and Parks Association — collectively operated 298 academic year sites and 310 summer sites. (author abstract)

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