After School Issues: Connecting Schools and Afterschool Programs within Citywide Initiatives, May 2002

Year Published: 2002

SKU: FD190

Author: Georgia Hall, Ph.D.

 

While many activities occur similarly in both settings, schools and after-school programs offer unique strengths towards fulfilling developmental needs of children and youth. Beyond sharing space there are many ways that children and youth' s school and after-school experiences may connect. Learning, staff, and leadership are examples of three domains where the worlds of school and after-school can potentially make powerful connections that mutually support learning and positive development goals for youth and children.


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