America After 3PM special report: Afterschool in communities of concentrated poverty
Given the promising role afterschool programs can play in addressing the inequities faced by families living in communities of concentrated poverty, and with the rise in the number of people living in communities of concentrated poverty, this special America After 3PM report examines the afterschool program experience of children and families living in communities of concentrated poverty in regard to participation, access, activities and satisfaction. (author abstract)
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America After 3PM special report: Afterschool in communities of concentrated poverty [Executive summary]
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