The effectiveness of out-of-school-time strategies in assisting low-achieving students in reading and mathematics: A research synthesis
Lauer, Patricia A.;
Wilkerson, Stephanie B.;
Apthorp, Helen S.;
Martin-Glenn, Mya L.;
Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (Organization)
||A study of out-of-school-time (OST) strategies and programs, especially as they relate to assisting low-achieving or at-risk students in reading and mathematics, with fifty-three studies on reading, mathematics, or both outcomes analyzed through meta-analysis, supplemented by narrative descriptions, and further analyzed for the influence of moderators on OST strategies
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