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Building quality and supporting expansion of after-school projects: Evaluation results from the TASC after-school programís second year
Reisner, Elizabeth R., 26 February, 2001
New York: The After-School Corporation.

An evaluation of the after school programs implemented in by The After-School Corporation (TASC) at schools in New York State, including information on recruitment and retention of student participants and staff, building relationships with the school and community, use of financial, space, and other resources, and curricula, activities, and services offered by the programs

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Building quality and supporting expansion of after-school projects: Evaluation results from the TASC after-school programís second year [Executive summary]
Reisner, Elizabeth R., 26 February, 2001
New York: The After-School Corporation.

A summary of an evaluation of the after school programs implemented in by The After-School Corporation (TASC) at schools in New York State, including information on recruitment and retention of student participants and staff, building relationships with the school and community, use of financial, space, and other resources, and curricula, activities, and services offered by the programs

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Building quality, scale, and effectiveness in after-school programs [Executive summary]
Reisner, Elizabeth R., 2004
New York: The After-School Corporation.

A longitudinal evaluation of The After-School Corporation's (TASC) programs examining program quality, program effects on participating students, and which program practices were associated with student success

Executive Summary


Building quality, scale, and effectiveness in after-school programs: Summary report of the TASC evaluation
Reisner, Elizabeth R., 03 November, 2004
New York: The After-School Corporation.

A longitudinal survey-based evaluation of The After-School Corporation (TASC) after school programs, with assessments of program quality, participant benefits, and the relative value of different program characteristics

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Out-of-School Time (OST) Observation Instrument
Pechman, Ellen M., February, 2008
Washington, DC: Policy Studies Associates.

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Shared features of high-performing after-school programs: A follow-up to the TASC evaluation
The After-School Corporation, November, 2005
New York: The After-School Corporation.

A comparative examination, based on interviews and observational data, of the program structures and practices shared by 10 New York City after school projects identified as high-performing in the area of student gains in academic achievement

Reports & Papers


Shared features of high-performing after-school programs: A follow-up to the TASC evaluation [Executive summary]
The After-School Corporation, November, 2005
New York: The After-School Corporation.

A summary of a comparative examination, based on interviews and observational data, of the program structures and practices shared by 10 New York City after school projects identified as high-performing in the area of student gains in academic achievement

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