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Because of the overwhelming demand for the research and evaluation information presented in the National AfterSchool Association's (formerly NSACA) research and evaluation leadership day track earlier this year, we partnered with the Forum for Youth Investment to prepare a summary of the day. Since the primary goal of the session was to provide an opportunity for meaningful, shared dialogue between out-of-school time researchers and practitioners, the summary begins with a presentation of the key research questions that practitioners posed to panelists throughout the day. The document also provides an overview of the panel sessions, including summaries of speakers' remarks, presentation slides, contact information for each panelist, and a list of the key resources cited during the day.

Click here to learn more about the National AfterSchool Association Research and Evaluation Leadership Day Track.

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