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Afterschool Matters: Creative Programs That Connect Youth Development and Student Achievement

Edited by Sara Hill

Corwin Press

144 pages. $25.95.

Seven experts in programs geared toward struggling children present essays on how to successfully target those children and prevent problems after school. The book is geared toward academics and others who are trying to implement programs for children that offer alternatives to harmful behavior. The writers offer models of success and discuss the pitfalls and rewards of after-school programs. (800) 233-9936, http://www.corwinpress.com.

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