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" Sandberg, 1998). *"A number of studies have found that children who attend quality programs have better peer relations, emotional adjustment, grades, and conduct in school compared to their peers who are not in programs. They also have more learning opportunities,... "
Before and After School Activities: Managing Your Before and After Programs
by Denise Theobald - 1999 - 145 pages
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Leave No Child Behind: Preparing Today's Youth for Tomorrow's World

James P. Comer - Education - 2004 - 327 pages
...high-quality programs have better peer relations, emotional adjustment, conflict resolution skills, grades, and conduct in school compared to their peers who are not in after-school programs. Children who attend programs spend more time in learning opportunities, academic...
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Start Your Own Child-Care Service

Jacquelyn Lynn - Business & Economics - 2006 - 194 pages
...better peer relations, social skills, emotional adjustment, grades, and conduct in school compared with their peers who are not in programs. They also have more learning opportunities and academic or enrichment activities, and spend less time watching television. O Teachers and principals...
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