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Southern Regional Education Board, June, 2002
An identification of problems preventing summer school programs from fulfilling their potential
Hangley, Jr. Bill, McClanahan Wendy S., February, 2002
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of the implementation and impact of Youth Education for Tomorrow (YET) Centers, a literacy model that complements in-school literacy education and operates after school in churches and faith-based institutions in Philadelphia, based on…
Tolman Joel, Pittman Karen, Yohalem Nicole, Thomases Jean, Trammel Ming, 2002
Fact Sheets & Briefs
A review of youth engagement in out-of-school programs
Fowler Mary C., Lindemann Laura M., Thacker-Gwaltney Susan, Invernizzi Marcia, 2002
Reports & Papers
A study that expanded the Virginia Book Buddies program, initially designed to improve first graders' reading achievement, to include second graders with below-average reading skills
Friedman Lucy N., 2002
A review of the benefits of after-school programs for school-age children
Liu Meredith, Russell Victoria, Chaplin Duncan, Raphael Jacqueline, Fu Helen, Anthony Emily, 2002
Reports & Papers
A study of the implementation of the 21st Century Community Learning Center program during the summer of 2001, with a particular focus on the use of computer technology to improve academic achievement in the District of Columbia
Afterschool Alliance, 2002
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An issue brief discussing a variety of afterschool programs that encourage students' involvement in public and community service
Gonzalez Monica M., January 2001
Reports & Papers
A study of the degree to which multiracial awareness is present among first graders who have been exposed to an anti-bias curriculum
Gifford Shelly A., 2001
Reports & Papers
An investigation of the relations among quality of after-school programs and urban elementary school children's social competence and emotional and behavior regulation
Sacramento County Local Child Care and Development Planning Council, 2001
A description of the available school age child care slots in Sacramento County, California, and challenges to increasing supply
Institute for Children and Poverty, Homes for the Homeless, 2001
Reports & Papers
A discussion of the Brownstone/FutureLink program and its approach to the academic encouragement of homeless children
Sax Leonard, 2001
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the shift in kindergarten curriculum in favor of reading preparedness and its influence on boys? and girls? development, focusing on the need to create an educational environment more appropriate for boys
Afterschool Alliance, 2001
Fact Sheets & Briefs
An informational brief that uses nationally representative examples of after school programs that help school age children acquire technological skills that they will need for future academic success and employment
Wilder Research Center, March 2000
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Results of an assessment of the services of Hmong Youth Pride, a co-ed after school program located in three Minneapolis and St. Paul elementary schools, designed to help Hmong students in grades 4-8 improve their grades, stay in school, improve…
Brown Katherine, Cole Michael, 2000
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of a system designed to enhance collaborative research with undergraduates working with individual children as well as the effectiveness of group collaborative games relating to literacy