Year Published: 2005

Authors: Georgia Hall, Ph.D., Laura Israel

Using Technology to Support Academic Achievement for At-Risk Teens During Out-of-School Time (2004) is a literature review conducted by NIOST for the America Connects Consortium at Education Development Center, Inc. The literature review explores the use of technology to support academic achievement for at-risk high school-age youth during their out-of-school time. By combining insights from these several domains, this paper informs leaders in the out-of-school time program field, educators, policymakers, technology program designers, and other stakeholders as to what to consider when creating out-of-school time programs that use technology-based learning activities to support academic achievement for at-risk teens.

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