Out of school care: A brief review of the literature [Executive summary]
Scotland. Education Department;
Scottish Council for Research in Education
||A review of literature on current and recent research- completed in ten years of 2001- on out-of-school care commissioned by the Scottish Executive Education Department, including the definition of out-of-school care, its providers, who utilizes it, the benefits for parents and their children, and its implications for Scottish education
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