America After 3pm: Afterschool Programs in Demand

Presents findings of a research study examining how children and youth spend their after school hours at both the national and state levels. Builds upon previous years' studies to include data on children's physical activity, snacks and meals, science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), barriers to participation, parent satisfaction, and disparities by income, race, ethnicity, and community type.

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Afterschool Alliance
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