Multiple choices after school: findings fom the Extended-Service Schools Initiative

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Public/Private Ventures, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 70 pages
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This report concludes that programs, which are not strictly academic, appear to help participants work on many of the competencies they will need for their future. When well planned and implemented, such programs can be a substantial option within a potentially larger network of diverse programming that provides a range of opportunities for all children and youth.

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