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Harvard Expands Out-of-School-Time Bibliography

The Harvard Family Research Project has updated its online bibliography of research on out-of-school-time programs. Want to know what research Harvard is tracking on the OST front? Check it out here.

Harvard also offers an OST Research & Evaluation Database that could be a terrific resource. Its easy to use—you can select for type of program researched (i.e. before school, summer, etc.), type of funding, type of research methods, and more.

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