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Changemakers!: Practitioners Advance Equity and Access in Out-of-School Time Programs

Editor: Sara Hill
Editor: Femi Vance
Date: July 1, 2019
Language: English
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Abstract: This book illustrates the tensions that arise when organizations and Oout-of-School-Time professionals try to engage all youth, especially the traditionally underserved populations — when infrastructure, funding, and mindsets have not kept pace with the evolving needs of youth and their communities. The issues raised in this book — funding, outreach, engagement of immigrant families — have yet to be fully explored with an equity lens. Within these broad topics, this book brings to the surface the equity and access challenges as well as posit solutions and strategies. Each chapter is written from an insider’s perspective, by practitioners themselves, who articulate some of the key and relevant issues in the field. 
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Publisher: Information Age
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