Stability and Change in Afterschool Systems 2013-2020: A Follow-Up Study of Afterschool Coordination in Large Cities

This report describes the state of afterschool coordination in a set of 75 large U.S. cities seven years after they were first surveyed in 2013. It focuses on three components: a designated coordinating entity, a common data system, and a framework or set of standards for program quality. The report found that most cities sustained their systems, and that the proportion of cities that had adopted all three system components increased from 29% in 2013 to 40% in 2020. 

The Wallace Foundation
Linda Simkin, Ivan Charner, Caitlin Rose Daily, Safal Khatri, and Sanskriti Thapa
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