Georgia Hall, Ph.D.
Work published elsewhere
Hall, G. (1999). The impact of a school-to-work program; ProTech: A study of post-high school outcomes. In D. W. James & S. Jurich (Eds.), More Things That Do Make a Difference (pp. 35-38). Washington, DC: American Youth Policy Forum.
Piha, S. & Hall, G. (Eds.) Preparing youth for the crossing: From early adolescence to early adulthood. New Directions for Youth Development, Fall 2006.
Hall, G. (2006). Teens and technology. New Directions for Youth Development, 111, 41-52.
Hall, G. (2006). Civic connections: Urban debate and democracy in action during out-of-school time. Afterschool Matters: Occasional Paper Series, 7.
Miller, B., & Hall, G. (2007). What counts in afterschool? Findings from the Massachusetts Afterschool Research Study (MARS). Journal of Youth Development, 1, 3. Available at www.nae4ha.org .
Noonan, A., Hall, G., & Blustein, D. (2007). Urban Adolescents’ Experience of Social Class in Relationships at Work. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 70, 3, pg. 542-560.
Wiecha, J.L., Hall, G., Gannett, E., Roth, B., (2012). Development of Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Quality Standards for Out-of-School Time Programs. Childhood Obesity, Vol 8, Number 6.
Hall, G., Porche, M., and Grossman, J. (2015). Practices and Approaches of out-of-school time programs serving immigrant and refugee youth. Journal of Youth Development.