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A Review of Out-of-School Time Program Quasi-Experimental and Experimental Evaluation Results

An overview of what these types of evaluations in our Database reveal about the impact of OST programs on an array of outcomes.

A Review of Activity Implementation in Out-of-School Time Programs

A context for understanding the links between program activities and positive outcomes for youth.

Performance Measures in Out-of-School Time Evaluation

Outlines the academic, youth development, and prevention performance measures currently being used by OST programs to assess their progress.

Engaging With Families in Out-of-School Time Learning

An overview of how researchers are evaluating OST programs’ engagement with families.

Detangling Data Collection: Methods for Gathering Data

Common data collection methods used by OST programs to evaluate their implementation and outcomes.

Measurement Tools for Evaluating Out-of-School Time Programs: An Evaluation Resource

Describes instruments used by current OST programs to evaluate their implementation and outcomes.

Harnessing Technology in Out-of-School Time Settings

Reviews the role of technology in OST programs, highlighting the evaluation methods and findings about implementation and youth outcomes.

Learning from Small-Scale Experimental Evaluations of After School Programs

Reviews small-scale experimental evaluations of after school programs, highlighting these studies' evaluation strategies and results.

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