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The need for effective out-of-school-time intermediaries grows as fewer homes have an adult around after 3 p.m.

The need for effective out-of-school-time intermediaries grows as fewer homes have an adult around after 3 p.m., says Making the Connections, a new report from The Wallace Foundation.  Top priorities: gaining and sustaining support for access to quality programs.  A separate working paper from RAND Corporation and funded by Wallace says among lessons learned is this:  improving awareness and understanding about the supports needed to achieve quality can help protect public- and private-sector investments in quality.

Description: Making the Connections: A Report on the First National Survey of Out-of-School Time Intermediary Organizations Description: Tough Times, Tough Choices in After-school Funding: Pathways to Protecting Quality
07/24/2012