Project Descriptions: Do after-school programs affect student experience? : an enhancement study to the 21st century CLC evaluation
 
 

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Do after-School Programs Affect Student Experience? An Enhancement Study to the 21st Century CLC Evaluation

Directors: Deborah Lowe Vandell, Bradford Brown, Kim M. Pierce
Funding: C.S. Mott Foundation

This study considers the out-of-school experiences of middle-school youth who attend 21st Century Community Learning Centers. Experiences of CLC youth will be contrasted with the experiences of comparison youth who do not attend CLCs. It is expected that youth who attend CLCs will spend more time engaged in voluntary structured activities than comparison youth and that CLC youth will report higher levels of intrinsic motivation and concentration than comparison youth.



 

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NICHD Study of Child Care and Youth Development NICHD Study of Child Care and Youth Development
Do After-School Programs Affect Student Experience?: An Enhancement Study to the 21st Century CLC Evaluation Do After-School Programs Affect Student Experience?: An Enhancement Study to the 21st Century CLC Evaluation
Study of Promising After-School Programs Study of Promising After-School Programs
Study of After-School Care and Children's Development Study of After-School Care and Children's Development
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