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new! Out-of-School-Time Academic Programs to Improve School Achievement: A Community Guide Health Equity Systematic Review

A 2015 meta-analysis of studies examining the influence of out-of-school-time programs on improving outcomes for low-income and minority at-risk youth reveals that focused-programs (reading-focused or math-focused) are more effective than general-academic programs at improving academic outcomes for these at-risk youth.

(Health, Multi-Component/Comprehensive, Research Studies)

Knopf, J. et al. (2015). Out-of-School-Time Academic Programs to Improve School Achievement: A Community Guide Healthy Equity Systematic Review. J Public Health Management Practice, 00(00), 1-15.

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