Year Published: 2011

Author: David Alexander

The increasing emphasis on student achievement and mastery test scores has many after-school programs struggling with the demand to improve academics and offer homework assistance, while also offering a well-balanced program that provides plenty of opportunities for play and social interaction. What can quality after-school programs do to encourage learning, while not creating an overly academic climate? The answer lies in part in project-based activities, activities that stand between play and academics and combine the best of both.

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