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The Study of Promising After-School Programs: Examination of longer term outcomes after two years of program experiences

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Findings from a longitudinal study of the relationship of elementary and middle school students' after school experiences, including participation in high-quality after school programs, to their academic, social, and behavioral outcomes, based on after school program records and teacher, student, and parent surveys
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
California; Colorado; Connecticut; Michigan; Montana; New York; Oregon; Rhode Island

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