Investments for Building Out-of-School-Time Systems: A Six City Study

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Public/Private Ventures and The Finance Project

An increase in the need for programs that occupy students during their time outside of school has prompted a series of studies that address the demand for out-of-school-time (OST) opportunities. The last in the series examines the development of OST programs in six different cities: Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Denver, New York and Seattle. The report documents the strategies and activities most commonly used in the six cities, as well as the investments made and options available to finance the efforts. Free, 108 pages.