Investment in After-school Programs: Hearing Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, One Hundred Eighth Congress, First Session, Special Hearing, May 13, 2002, Washington, DC.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies
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Page 13 - R. (2001). The comparative costs and benefits of programs to reduce crime (version 4.0).
Page 17 - Huang, Denise, Barry Gribbons, Kyung Sung Kim, Charlotte Lee, and Eva L. Baker. "A Decade of Results: The Impact of the LA's BEST After School Enrichment Program on Subsequent Student Achievement and Performance.
Page 44 - Indeed, organizations such as the National Association of Attorneys General and the National District Attorneys Association have in the past produced some of the most comprehensive money laundering training and resource materials available.
Page 41 - KIDS, which is made up of more than 2,000 police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors and victims of violence from across the country who have come together to take a hard-nosed look at the research about what really works to keep kids from becoming criminals. In considering next steps to build on the successes of welfare reform, this Committee faces many important decisions.
Page 16 - Improvements in Math and Reading Scores of Students Who Did and Did Not Participate in the Foundations After School Enrichment Program During the 2001-2002 School Year.
Page 42 - ... increase in mandatory funding for CCDBG to allow more of the eligible children to participate - and to improve the quality of programs. Families with low-income working parents - and their children - deserve no less, and every day we fail to help working families afford quality educational child care and after-school programs, we increase the risk that you or someone you love will fall victim to violence. We need to invest in America's most vulnerable kids now, so they won't become America's...
Page 24 - Chairman. [The prepared statement of Senator Boxer follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF SENATOR BARBARA BOXER Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I am...
Page 38 - A 1995 report by the US Department of Health and Human Services found that students who spent no time in extracurricular activities were 49 percent more likely to have used drugs and 37 percent more likely to become teen parents than those students who spend one to four hours per week in extracurricular activities.25 > A 1995 study gauged the "healthiness...