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Afterschool Programs: What Should We Expect and How Should We Measure Success?

To ensure that the growing number of afterschool programs successfully contribute to the learning and healthy development of young people, we need to agree on what we can appropriately expect from these programs and on how best to measure their effectiveness.

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  • Author(s)

    Sam Piha | Community Network for Youth Development, with the California Committee on Afterschool Accountability

  • Date Posted

    January 2004

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