Evidence Brief

Eight Promising Practices for Engaging Black Youth & Families in Homework Clubs / Afterschool Programming

2018

Eight Promising Practices for Engaging Black Youth & Families in Homework Clubs / Afterschool Programming

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This evidence brief summarizes effective activities that are Structured/Sequenced, Active, Focused, and Explicit (SAFE) and outlines eight promising practices for engaging Black youth and their families in homework clubs and/or afterschool programs.

Youth Research & Evaluation eXchange (YouthREX). (2018). Eight Promising Practices for Engaging Black Youth & Families in Homework Clubs / Afterschool Programming. Toronto, ON: Author.

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