After-school centers and youth development

case studies of success and failure by Hirsch, Barton Jay

Publisher: Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York

Written in English
Published: Pages: 355 Downloads: 237
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Subjects:

  • Case studies,
  • PSYCHOLOGY / Developmental / General,
  • Student activities,
  • After-school programs,
  • Youth development

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 331-350) and index.

StatementBarton J. Hirsch, Nancy L. Deutsch, David L. DuBois
ContributionsDeutsch, Nancy L., DuBois, David L.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLC34.4 .H57 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 355 p. ;
Number of Pages355
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25101324M
ISBN 109780521191197, 9780521138512
LC Control Number2011000636

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Hirsch is Professor of Human Development and Social Policy at Northwestern University. An internationally recognized authority on after-school programs and positive youth development, his earlier book, A Place to Call Home: After-School Programs for Urban Youth, won the Social Policy Award for Best Authored Book from the Society for.

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After-School Centers and Youth Development: Case Studies of Success and Failure, a new book by Barton Hirsch of Northwestern University, Nancy Deutsch (PhD04) of the University of Virginia and David DuBois of University of Illinois.

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PB - Cambridge University Press. CY - New York. ER -Cited by: Her second book, After School Centers and Youth Development: Case Studies of Success and Failure, co-authored with Barton Hirsch and David DuBois (, Cambridge University Press), won a Society for Research on Adolescence Social Policy Book Award.

Her research has been funded by the William T. Grant Foundation, the U.S. Department of. Benefits for Youth, Families, & Communities Effective afterschool programs bring a wide range of benefits to youth, families and communities. Afterschool programs can boost academic performance, reduce risky behaviors, promote physical health, and provide a safe, structured environment for the children of working parents.

Awards/Honors. - Social Policy Award for Best Authored Book from the Society for Research on Adolescence for After-School Centers and Youth Development: Case Studies of Success and Failure, published by Cambridge University Press.; - Social Policy Award for Best Authored Book from the Society for Research on Adolescence for A Place to Call Home:.

Afterschool programs (sometimes called OST or Out-of-School Time) serve children and youth of all ages, and encompass a broad range of focus areas including academic support, mentoring, youth development, arts, and sports and recreation.

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Community learning centers are federal grant-funded programs which provide students with enrichment opportunities before and after school and for a minimum of four weeks during summer recess. Community learning centers are created by partnerships between schools and community organizations that prioritize programs serving students in high.

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Children will have the opportunity to engage in. The COMPASS After School Program is a long-standing partnership with the City of Aurora & Aurora Public Schools.

Through COMPASS, we collaborate to: 1. Focus on positive youth development strategies, foster youth engagement and focus on inclusiveness and resiliency to promote a positive identity. CAMBA operates eleven after-school and six summer camp programs in New York City, serving almost 2, children in elementary and middle schools.

The impact of these programs cannot be overstated. Children who attend after-school programs and summer enrichment camps do significantly better in school academically, socially, and emotionally.

For working parents in. SA Youth provides a safe place, caring adults, and positive youth development programs during the out-of-school time hours when juvenile delinquency and other risky behaviors can occur.

SA Youth Out-of-School Time Program is an Afterschool Centers on Education (ACE), administered by the Texas Education Agency (TEA), which provides a structured. After-School Programs for Middle School Students 3 The middle school years can be a bridge to lifelong success and must play a central role in supporting young adolescents in building foundational academic skills, successful academic and personal behaviors, and in the identification areas of interest and Size: KB.

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W., & Talbert, J. ().Cited by: Unite for Youth is being established to provide mentoring for at risk middle and high school youth in the Greater Claremont area.

The program will create partnerships with the local school districts and the juvenile court system. Unite for Youth matches a caring adult volunteer with a. Nancy L. Deutsch – 11/28/17 2 1.

Hirsch, B., Deutsch, N.L., & DuBois, D. After-school Centers and Youth Development: Case studies of success and failure. Cambridge University Press. Winner of the Society for Research on Adolescence Social Policy Book Award for Multi-Authored book. Deutsch, N.L.

The Youth Development Center provides support and assistance to families when they have a child in a crisis situation involving their behavior, health, or involvement in the community.

Services are based on individual needs and situation, and services are free. The YMCA of Central New Mexico is the state’s largest child care provider, with 11 early learning, preschool and after-school centers.

We are dedicated to providing high-quality, affordable programs that nurtures children’s healthy social, physical, and mental development. Participants: Participants in the study include youth who varied in their frequency of participation in the after-school centers. Of these participants, 20 were in Author: Aisha Griffith.After-school programs provide hope and open youth to a wide range of possibilities.

Impact of After-School Opportunities. A recent report on California’s after-school programs found many positive impacts that resulted from the programs (Department of Education, ).Welcome to the Journal of Youth Development, an open-source, peer-reviewed, quarterly online publication dedicated to advancing youth development practice and research.

JYD serves applied researchers and evaluators as well as practitioners who work in youth-serving organizations or the intermediaries that support them.