Well-designed and well-implemented out-of-school time programs have the potential to support a variety of student and community outcomes. Whenever possible, you should design (or select) programs that use evidence-based practices for out-of-school time learning generally and that include evidence-based practices that are appropriate to the specific outcomes you identified in Step 1. We discuss both below. For further discussion of key terms, please visit AIR's Recognizing the Role of Research and Evidence in Out-of-School Time.
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