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Afterschool Alliance. Evaluations Backgrounder: A Summary of Formal Evaluations of
Afterschool Programs' Impact on Behavior, Safety and Family Life. 2007.

Afterschool Programs in the 21st Century: Their Potential and What It Takes. Research
Brief October 2007, Harvard Family Research Project. Unpublished draft.

American Youth Policy Forum. Helping Youth Succeed Through Out-of-School Time
Programs. Washington, DC: American Youth Policy Forum, 2006.

Belden Russonello & Stewart Exploring After-School: Report of Focus Groups Among
Front line Staff in After-School Programs. June 2006. Conducted for the American
Federation of Teachers, Washington, DC.

Black Alliance for Educational Options (BAEO), Robinson, G., and L. Fenwick. October
2007. Afterschool Programs: An Oasis of Hope for Black Parents in Four Cities.

Forum for Youth Investment. “Rethinking the high school experience: what’s after-
school got to do with it?” Out-of-School Time Policy Commentary # 10. Washington, DC,
August, 2005.

Granger, R., Durlak, J. A., Yohalem, N., & Reisner, E. (April, 2007). Improving after-school
program quality. New York, N.Y.: William T. Grant Foundation.

Halpern, R. (2006). Confronting “the big lie”: The need to reframe expectations of after-
school programs. In R. Halpern, Critical issues in after-school programming (pp.111–
137). Chicago: Herr Research Center for Children and Social Policy, Erikson Institute.

Intercultural Center for Research in Education and National Institute on Out-of-School
Time, Pathways to Success for Youth: What Counts in After-School, 2005.

Lind, Christianne, Nanette Relave, Sharon Deich, Jean Grossman, and Andrew Gersick.
2006. The Costs of Out-of-School-Time Programs: A Review of the Available Evidence.
Washington, DC: The Finance Project.

Little, Pricilla M. “The Quality of School-Age Child Care in Afterschool Settings”
Research-to-Policy Connections No. 7, Cambridge, MA: Harvard Family Research Project,

Little, Pricilla M. “Supporting Student Outcomes Through Expanded Learning
Opportunities.” Cambridge, MA: Harvard Family Research Project, 2009.
NIOST, “Making the Case: A 2008 Fact Sheet on Children and Youth In Out-of-School
time.” 2008.
Palmer, Kristi, Stephen A. Anderson, and Ronald M. Sabatelli. “How Is the Afterschool
Field Defining Program Quality? A Review of Effective Program Practices and Definitions
of Program Quality.” pp. 1-13. Afterschool Matters, Fall, 2008.

The Sunset Neighborhood Beacon Center, The Best of Both Worlds:
Aligning Afterschool Programs with Youth Development Principles and Academic
Standards. San Francisco: The Sunset Neighborhood Beach Center, 2008.

Vandell, D., and E. Reisner. October 2007. Outcomes Linked to High Quality Afterschool
Programs: Longitudinal Findings from the Study of Promising Afterschool Programs.
University of California, Irvine., Policy Studies Associates, Inc.
OST Professional Development

Afterschool Professional/Staff Development Working Group, C.S. Mott Foundation,
(2009) Core Competencies for Afterschool Educators, Flint, MI: C.S. Mott Foundation.

Bodilly, Susan and Megan Beckett, (2005) Making Out-Of-School Time Matter: Evidence
for an Action Agenda (Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation.

Bowie, L., & Bronte-Tinkew, J. (2006). The Importance of Professional Development for
Youth Workers. Child Trends, Practitioner Insights Research-to-Results, #2006-17.

Donnelly, Donnelly, (2008), Building Quality Programs through Professional
Development, Austin, TX: The National Center for Quality Afterschool Southwest
Educational Development Laboratory.

NIOST, “From Contrast to Concrete: Issues in Building a Skilled and Stable Out-of-School
Time Workforce,” Afterschool Issues, Wellseley, MA: NIOST: 2001.

Freeman, Jason, Rena Dorph and Bernadette Chi, (2009) Strengthening After-School
STEM Staff Development, Berkeley, CA: Coalition for Science Afterschool.

Harvard Family Research Project, (2004) “Issues and Opportunities In Out-Of-School
Time Evaluation,” Evaluation Exchange: Volume VIII.

Harvard Family Research Project, (2005/06) “Professional Development,” Evaluation
Exchange: Volume XI, Number 4, Winter 2005/2006.

Maldonado, Noemi, (2003) “Out-of-School Time Resource Center Summary of Literature
Search: Evaluating the Impact of Teacher Training on OST Program Quality.
Philadelphia, PA: Out-of-School Time Resource Center.

Miller, Beth M., (2005) Pathways to Success for Youth: What Counts in After School:
Massachusetts After-School Research Study Report (Boston, Mass.: United Way of
Massachusetts Bay.

National Institute on Out-of-School Time and the AED Center for Youth Development
and Policy Research, (2003) “Strategic Plan: Building a Skilled and Stable Out-of-School
Time Workforce” Wellesley, MA: NIOST.

National Summer Learning Association. (2007) “Professional Development Helps Out-Of-
School Time Staff Support Adolescent Literacy.” Baltimore, MD: National Summer
Learning Association.
Noam, G. (2008). A New Day for Youth: Creating Sustainable Quality in Out-of-School
Time. A white paper commissioned by The Wallace Foundation. Harvard University.
Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Out-of-School Time Resource Center. (2007). Promising Practices in Out-of-School Time
Professional Development. http://www.sp2.upenn.edu/ostrc/pdf/PPID.pdf

Policy Studies Associates, (2005) “Recruiting and training staff for out-of-school time
programs,” policy brief prepared for Citizens Schools. Washington, DC: Policy Studies
Associates: June, 2005.

Stone, B., Garza, P., and Borden, L. (2004). Attracting, Developing and Retaining Youth
Workers for the Next Generation. Wingspread Conference Proceedings, November 16-
18, 2004.

The Finance Project, (2007) “Building Professional Development Systems for the
Afterschool Field,” Policy brief prepared for the U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, Administration for Children and Families. Washington, DC: The Finance

Yohalem, Nicole, Karen Pittman, and David Moore, (2006) Growing the Next Generation
of Youth Work Professionals: Workforce Opportunities and Challenges, A report of the
Next Generation Youth Work Coalition. Washington D.C.: The Forum for Youth

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