The cost of quality out-of-school time programs
Grossman, Jean Baldwin;
Hayes, Cheryl D.;
Finance Project (U.S.)
||An analysis of the full costs to quality out-of-school time programs of providing services to different age groups of children and during different times of the year, based on data from 111 programs in Boston; Charlotte, North Carolina; Chicago; Denver, Colorado; New York City; and Seattle, Washington, that had been in operation for at least two years and had appropriate child-staff ratios and participation rates
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