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Southwest Educational Development Laboratory

Harvard Family Research Project

National Institute on Out-of-School Time

Nellie Mae Education Foundation
The Nellie Mae Education Foundation commissioned Dr. Beth M. Miller, a senior research advisor to the National Institute of Out of School Time at the Center for Research on Women at Wellesley College, to synthesize information available from studies of afterschool programs and offer conclusions based on her assessment. The result, Critical Hours: Afterschool Programs and Educational Success, pays special attention to the effects of afterschool programs on the academic achievement and overall development of middle school students. Dr. Miller's central conclusion is that afterschool programs can, indeed, make a valuable contribution to how well children perform in school.

Promising Practices in Afterschool

The Finance Project

Rand Corporation: Making Out-of-School Time Matter

Policy Studies Associates

Wisconsin Center for Education Research

FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman:
Free resources include reproducible activity sheets for kids, facilitation tips for afterschool leaders, FETCH! Club materials, and hands-on science challenges that will keep kids exploring for weeks on end.

Free resources include an online training for leading science activities, reproducible activity sheets for kids, and ClubZOOM Science and Engineering curriculums created specifically for afterschool settings.

21-Mar-2016 Program in Education, Afterschool & Resiliency
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