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Afterschool programs’ support of children’s social-emotional, behavioral, and physical health during middle childhood: A summary of findings from the literature

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This summary presents the results of a literature review to identify afterschool programs serving children aged 6–12 that report positive outcomes in social-emotional, behavioral, or physical health. (author abstract)

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United States

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