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Specific features of after-school program quality: Associations with children's functioning in middle childhood

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A longitudinal study of the relationships between three after school program quality features and child grades, work habits, and social skills, based on data from 461 first, second, and third grade children, surveys of families, and observations of after school programs in a Midwestern city
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United States

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