An Outcome Evaluation of the Success for Kids Program

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Rand Corporation, Dec 8, 2010 - Education - 70 pages
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This report presents results from a multisite, quantitative evaluation of the international Success for Kids (SFK) after-school program. A nonreligious program, SFK seeks to build resilience in children. Interestingly, the authors found that the program positively affected not just social and internal outcomes but also school-related outcomes, even though SFK is not an academic intervention.
 

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Contents

Chapter One Introduction
1
Chapter Two Program Description
3
Chapter Three What Do We Know About AfterSchool Programs?
7
Chapter Four Evaluation Design and Implementation
11
Chapter Five Data Quality
31
Chapter Six Outcome Analysis
37
Chapter Seven Conclusions and Recommendations
47
Appendix Training of Teachers and Facilitators
49
References
51
Back Cover
54
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