Why Strong Afterschool Programs Matter

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The Washington Post

This article argues that students need more than a strong curriculum, good teachers, and time in the classroom to succeed. It presents research showing how children in quality afterschool programs are more likely to come to school and stay in school, more likely to hand in their work, and get better grades.

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Published on 09/01/2022