Significant Work: Afterschool
Past Work:National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning Randomized Controlled Trials: SEDL's National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning oversaw three randomized controlled trials (RCTs) that evaluated the benefits of promising afterschool interventions on student achievement. The 2-year studies assessed the impacts of READ 180, Voyager, and Success for All curricula in large-scale field trials involving a single school district, several regional districts, and a statewide sample of students attending afterschool programs. SEDL provided reviews and assistance with grantees' study designs, evaluation plans, RCT procedures, and analytic plans.
Research Brief: Key Issues and Strategies for Recruitment and Implementation in Large-Scale Randomized Controlled Trial Studies in Afterschool Settings (PDF 148K)
Research Brief: The National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning Randomized Controlled Trial Studies of Promising Afterschool Programs: Summary of Findings (PDF 188K)
Report: The Evaluation of Texas 21ST Century Community Learning Center Projects: Common Features of Promising Afterschool Programs in Texas Executive Summary (PDF 1.2MB)