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The Implementation and Effectiveness of Supplemental Educational Services

  title={The Implementation and Effectiveness of Supplemental Educational Services},
  author={Carolyn J. Heinrich},
Marketing, Information, and Parental Choice: A Comparative Case Study of Third-Party, Federally Funded Out-of-School-Time Services
Information and promotional marketing play central but complex roles in market-based educational programs. This in-depth qualitative study examines these complexities using the case of Supplemental
Effects of the Afterschool Program on Student Achievement of Students with Disabilities in a Rural Georgia Middle School
The purpose of this quantitative nonexperimental causal comparative research study is to determine if there is a statistically significant difference in reading and math achievement as measured by


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Supplemental Educational Services and NCLB: Policy Assumptions, Market Practices, Emerging Issues
The supplemental educational services (SES) provision of No Child Left Behind introduces a federally mandated after-school tutoring intervention in schools that fail to make adequate yearly progress.
Hidden markets: the new education privatization
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Out-of-School-Time Programs: A Meta-Analysis of Effects for At-Risk Students
Schools and districts are adopting out-of-school-time (OST) programs such as after-school programs and summer schools to supplement the education of low-achieving students. However, research has
Supplemental Educational Services and Student Test Score Gains: Evidence from a Large, Urban School District
This study examines the effect of supplemental education services (SES) on student test score gains and whether particular subgroups of students benefit more from NCLB tutoring services. Our sample
Outcomes Linked to High-Quality Afterschool Programs: Longitudinal Findings from the Study of Promising Afterschool Programs
Summary A new study by researchers at the University of California, Irvine, the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Policy Studies Associates, Inc. finds that regular participation in high-quality
Supplemental Education Services Under No Child Left Behind
Schools that have not made adequate yearly progress in increasing student academic achievement are required, under No Child Left Behind (NCLB), to offer children in low-income families the
State and Local Implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act: Volume I -- Title I School Choice, Supplemental Educational Services, and Student Achievement
present previously published journal articles, book chapters, and reports with the permission of the publisher. RAND reprints have been formally reviewed in accordance with the publisher's editorial
The Impact of After-School Programs that Promote Personal and Social Skills.
A meta-analysis of after-school programs (ASPs) that seek to enhance the personal and social development of children and adolescents indicated that youth improved in three general areas: feelings and