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Borman Geoffrey D., Hewes Gina M., n.d.
Reports & Papers
A longitudinal inquiry into the effect of the Success for All intervention program on children?s outcomes, and a discussion of the cost-effectiveness of the program, based on data gathered from 1986 through 1999 on 581 students who attended the…
Heath Marilyn, n.d.
Literature Review
An inquiry into the use of technology in the curricula of after school programs, based on a review of literature and research on the benefits of children?s technology use
Barnett W. Steven, n.d.
A bibliography of preschool education research studies indexed by categories and listed in order of academic/clinical value, with description of how studies are analyzed for and defined by strengths and weaknesses
Witt Peter A., n.d.
Reports & Papers

A comparison between children (grades three to six) that participated in formal after school programs and non-program participants to determine the advantages

Schustack Miriam W., Strauss Rachelle, Worden Patricia E., n.d.
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of the effect of participation in the Fifth Dimension, an after-school computer club for elementary school students, on word recognition and recall