This report examines the program improvement strategies, step-by-step, that allowed The James Irvine Foundation's CORAL initiative to achieve the levels of quality needed to boost the academic success of participating students. And, it makes specific policy and funding suggestions for improving program performance. Communities Organizing Resources to Advance Learning (CORAL) is an eight-year, $58 million after-school initiative to improve educational achievement in low-performing schools in five California cities.
Title: Supporting Success: Why and How to Improve Quality in After-School Programs
Publication date 2008-02-01
Publication Year 2008
, Leigh Hopkins
North America / United States (Western) / California
, school programs
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