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After-school programs extend the learning day

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by Ledyard King Summary: An article that makes the case that after-school is getting serious about quality outcomes and links it to college access. “People (have) an image of after school as a place for graham crackers and recreation programs, but it’s moved much further than that,” said Jen Rinehart, vice president of policy and research for the Afterschool Alliance, a nonprofit advocacy group based in Washington, D.C, and an Atlantic grantee. for more information click here (subscription may be required): Gannett News Service

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