This brief provides highlights from "Advancing Achievement: Findings from an Independent Evaluation of a Major After-School Initiative." The brief underscores the potential of after-school programs in the ongoing drive to advance children's academic achievement. It shines a light on some of the issues that matter most for programs striving to promote academic success -- namely, program quality and youth engagement. The brief also suggests what works by linking these program attributes to academic benefits. Like the report on which it is based, the brief draws lessons from the Communities Organizing Resources to Advance Learning (CORAL) initiative of The James Irvine Foundation.
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Title: What Matters, What Works: Advancing Achievement After School
Publication date 2008-02-01
Publication Year 2008
, James Irvine Foundation
North America / United States (Western) / California
, school programs
, literacy programming
, public private ventures
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