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Achieving academic success after school: A randomized evaluation of the Higher Achievement program

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An evaluation of the impact of Higher Achievement, a high-quality, comprehensive, and time-intensive after school and summer supplemental education program for middle school students in Washington, DC, on participants' academic attitudes and achievement, peer and adult support, and behavior, based on data collected from 951 randomly assigned students at baseline, at one and two years, and before and after summer vacation
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Reports & Papers
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United States
State(s):
District of Columbia

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