New Article: Out-of-School Time Programs for At-Risk Students
Posted by on December 10, 2004
McREL Publication Highlights Out-of-School Time Programs for At-Risk Students. McREL’s latest issue of Noteworthy, its annual education journal, is intended to bring a research-based perspective to educators who are interested in enhancing their understanding of out-of-school time programming for at-risk or low-achieving students. Noteworthy Perspectives, which is based on McREL’s recent research synthesis on OST strategies, highlights the characteristics of effective OST reading and mathematics programs.
Noteworthy Perspectives: Out-of-School Time Programs for At-Risk Students, written by McREL staff members Kirsten Miller and David Snow, is available online at http://www.mcrel.org/.
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