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Building Quality, Scale and Effectiveness in After-School Programs

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November 3, 2004
Building Quality, Scale and Effectiveness in After-School Programs

To assess TASC's effectiveness, four foundations supported an external evaluation that answered questions about quality and scale in program implementation, program effects on participating students, and program practices linked to student success.

The evaluation collected data over four school years from 96 TASC after-school projects and their host schools in New York City. Its student sample numbered 52,000 after-school participants and 91,000 students who were enrolled in TASC host schools but not participating in TASC projects.

Prepared by: Policy Studies Associates (PSA)

Published by: TASC

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Research Reports

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