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Afterschool Programs Open, but Still Recovering Post-Pandemic

On the surface, the 2022-2023 school year looks like a return to normalcy. Nearly all public schools report offering full-time in-person classes, most have stopped COVID protocols, and the percentage of schools reporting that staff or students have been quarantined is down. A survey of 1,016 afterschool program providers conducted by Afterschool Alliance found that 94 percent of afterschool program providers are physically open. However, a closer examination reveals irregularities indicating that more work remains to be done before declaring a rebound from the pandemic. Read their brief, "Afterschool Programs Open, but Still Recovering Post-Pandemic," to learn more about the issues arising.

  • Date Posted

    March 6, 2023

  • Author

    Duncan Cleary

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