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Shamir Haya, n.d.
Because early reading has proven to be such a difficult educational problem to address, it is reasonable to expect future solutions to provide more rigorous theoretical and empirical justification for their usefulness than has often been required in…
Indiana Afterschool Network, n.d.
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This overview looks at out-of-school-time programs registered with the Indiana Afterschool Network in terms of their geographic distribution, characteristics, and programming. It also highlights science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)…
House Ann, Llorente Carlin, n.d.
Fact Sheets & Briefs
The project explored: The nature of elementary afterschool science offerings - The resources and sources of support for science programming and staff development - Ties between offerings and external supports. Study Context: California's Public…