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Spring 2015 Afterschool Matters Now Out

Mar 15, 2015  Anne Lawrence

The National Institute on Out-of -School Time (NIOST) is pleased to announce the spring 2015 publication of Afterschool Matters. Articles include:

Girls' Challenge Seeking: How Outdoor Exposure Can Support Girls in Taking Positive Risks by Kallen Tsikalas and Karyn L. Martin

Global Kids Organizing in the Global City: Generation of Social Capital in a Youth Organizing Program by Anthony De Jesus, Sofia Oviedo, and Scarlett Feliz

Planning Considerations for Afterschool Professional Development by L. Daniele Bradshaw

Research-Based Practices in Afterschool Programs for High School Youth by Jenell Holstead, Mindy Hightower King, and Ashley Miller

Should Rey Mysterio Drink Gatorade? Cultural Competence in Afterschool STEM Programming by Kathryn Ciechanowski, SueAnn Bottoms, Ana Lucia Fonseca, and Tyler St. Clair

Toward More Equitable Outcomes: A Research Synthesis on Out-of-School Time Work with Boys and Young Men of Color by Jon Gilgoff and Shawn Ginwright

You may read the new issue on the NIOST website.