Highlights the opinions of black families on the quality and importance of public school- and community-based afterschool programs. Explores the factors that influence black parents to enroll their children in afterschool programs.
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Title: More Than Homework, a Snack, and Basketball: Afterschool Programs as an Oasis of Hope for Black Parents in Four Cities
Publication date 2007-10-01
Publication Year 2007
, Gerard Robinson
Black Alliance for Educational Options
, this study
, educational options
, focus groups
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