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Issues in Children’s and Families’ Lives

School activities alone are not always sufficient to ensure children’s academic progress or socio-emotional development and well-being.

We offer after school programs because we know the time right after school is also the time that they are at high risk to act as perpetrators or be the victims of antisocial behavior.

Throughout A Blueprint for Promoting Academic and Social Competence in After School Programs you will learn how to pinpoint methods for enhancing school based skills and making them portable to home and their community.

A great resource for directors designing the after school curricula, educators who implement them and all other stakeholders who staff them and create the next generation of programs.

Network members can borrow a copy from the Network Resource Library by contacting Marla Berrios at (203) 483-9757 or emailing her at For your convenience, pre-paid return envelopes are included with your library selection.

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