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245 10 $aWhy afterschool matters /$cIngrid A. Nelson.
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490 1_ $aThe Rutgers series in childhood studies
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0_ $aExtracurricular activities and pathways to college -- Theorizing educational success and failure -- Auxiliary influence -- Distinguishable influence -- Transformative influence -- The differential role of extracurricular activity participation.
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650 _7 $aSOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / Urban.$2bisacsh
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490 1_ $aThe Rutgers series in childhood studies
520    $aOffering an in-depth and long-term examination of how extracurricular activities impact the lives of disadvantaged youth, Why Afterschool Matters tracks ten Mexican American students who participated in the same afterschool program. Discovering that participation in the program was life-changing for some students, yet had only a minimal effect on others, sociologist Ingrid A. Nelson investigates the factors behind these very different outcomes. Though it focuses on a single program, this book's findings have major implications for education policy nationwide.
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0_ $aExtracurricular activities and pathways to college -- Theorizing educational success and failure -- Auxiliary influence: "It was fun ... but I don't remember much" -- Distinguishable influence: "It helped me find my way ..." -- Transformative influence: "It changed my whole life" -- The differential role of extracurricular activity participation.
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MMS IDs

Document ID: 9912360536102121
Network Electronic IDs: 9912288452402121
Network Physical IDs: 9912360536102121
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