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Estimating Supply and Demand for Afterschool Programs: A Tool for State and Local Policy Makers - This tool provides a framework for estimating supply and demand—from basic steps to an in-depth review—by summarizing and highlighting experiences in a number of states. The tool describes the ways states and communities have made estimates and included lessons learned from pioneers in the field. (Afterschool Investments, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2005)...

Illinois After-School Initiative: Interim Progress Report - The Illinois After-School Alliance, established in August 2000, aims to ensure quality after-school programs are available for all of Illinois’ children and youth. To begin to address these issues, a legislative resolution directed the Alliance to perform a comprehensive assessment of after-school services in Illinois and to develop a strategic plan for ensuring every child has access to a quality after-school program. Partners in the strategic planning process should include the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) and the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE). This document serves as the Interim Report of the Alliance; the final study and report will be completed in October 2002. (IDHS, ISBE, 2001)...

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