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After-School Data: What Cities Need to Know

A set of tip sheets published by the Wallace Foundation to help city agencies, afterschool program providers, intermediary organizations, parents, and others make the most of data in afterschool programming. The tip sheets explore four ways that stakeholders can use data to advance afterschool efforts: to support advocacy, evaluate program quality, improve accountability, and map the supply and demand for programming. A fifth tip sheet examines data-sharing arrangements and strategies that cities are using to see if afterschool participation affects children’s progress in school. Links to sample documents and reading lists offer further information on each topic.

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