By D. C.) Workshop on Opportunities to Promote Child and Adolescent Development during the After-School Hours (1999 : Washington
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It has not been established that a single program can be all things to all people, and therefore understanding the diversity in scope, focus, and structure of programs is useful. Collectively, the workshop presenters provided a description of some of the differences: Scope: Some programs are comprehensive in scope and some are topic specific. Some address multiple content areas, including academics, career development, health, recreation, and culture, while the scope of others, such as a sports program or an arts program, is one content area.
And A. deKanter 1998 Family Involvement in Education: A National Portrait. Chicago: National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago. David and Lucile Packard Foundation 1999 When School Is Out. The Future of Children 9(2). A. Newman 1997 After-School Crime or After-School Programs: Turning into the Prime Time for Violent Juvenile Crime and Implications for National Policy. A Report to the United States Attorney General. Washington, DC: Fight Crime: Invest in Kids. Metropolitan Life 1994 Metropolitan Life Survey of the American Teacher, 1994.
Programs may serve a limited age range, while others engage all school-age children and adolescents in a given community or geographic area. Focus: Some programs focus on remediation, others on enrichment. There is a trend in many new school-based after-school programs to taking a remedial approach, while many community-based organizations have a long history of providing enrichment programs that allow children and adolescents opportunities to practice and further develop their academic skills through applied activities.
After School Programs to Promote Child Adolescent Development: Summary of a Workshop by D. C.) Workshop on Opportunities to Promote Child and Adolescent Development during the After-School Hours (1999 : Washington