Fact Sheets

Introduce yourself to the basics

Familiarize yourself with all things afterschool in these short and to-the-point fact sheets that cover everything from figures on participation in afterschool to outcomes associated with afterschool.  

The research on afterschool programs is vast and continues to grow, with more than 15 years’ worth of evaluations and data on afterschool program participation spanning a decade. This section includes materials that present the highlights of afterschool facts and figures in a short and succinct package. Looking for figures that establish the need for afterschool programs? Interested in the key outcomes associated with afterschool program participation? You’re in the right place.

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Summer Learning Programs Nourish Kids Bodies and Minds (2013)

Not only do summer learning programs keep kids safe and engaged in academically enriching activities that help stem the "summer slide," they also help parents ensure their kids are getting nutritious food while school's out. This fact sheet highlights the important role summer learning programs play in feeding high-needs children, addresses the challenges programs face in providing a summer meal and outlines the benefits of programs’ participation in the USDA Summer Food Service Program.

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Snapshot of the African-American Community After 3PM (Oct 2009)

The Afterschool Alliance is proud to present this fact sheet as part of the second edition of America After 3PM, which spans five years of household survey data chronicling how children spend the hours between 3 and 6 p.m. This fact sheet provides a snapshot of the African American community after 3PM, including a look at how many children are in afterschool programs, how many children remain unsupervised and the demand for more programming.

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Snapshot of the Hispanic Community After 3PM (Oct 2009)

The Afterschool Alliance is proud to present this fact sheet as part of the second edition of America After 3PM, which spans five years of household survey data chronicling how children spend the hours between 3 and 6 p.m. This fact sheet provides a snapshot of the Hispanic community after 3PM, including a look at how many children are in afterschool programs, how many children remain unsupervised, and the demand for more programming.

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