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Data-Driven Decision Making in Out-of-School Time Programs

In an effort to expand what is known about decision-support data systems, Child Trends conducted a review of research on this topic. Child Trends also collected data on decision-support data systems as part of a study on the role of organization-level activities in the effective implementation of out-of-school time programs. This brief presents findings from that study and the research review and links these findings to effective strategies for using decision-support data systems in out-of-school time programs.

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  • Author(s)

    Tawana Bandy, B.S. | 
    Mary Burkhauser, M.A. | 
    Allison J. R. Metz, Ph.D. | 

  • Date Posted

    June 2009

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