• Business
  • Published 1997

The protective factors framework: A key to programming for benefits and evaluating for results.

@inproceedings{Witt1997ThePF,
  title={The protective factors framework: A key to programming for benefits and evaluating for results.},
  author={Peter A. Witt and John L. Crompton},
  year={1997}
}
The single most important challenge confronting the park and recreation field is to reposition itself. This requires both real repositioning (changing what is done) and psychological repositioning (changing the understanding of others about what is done). The At-Risk Youth Recrearion Consortium project funded by the National Recreation and Park Association is designed to contribute to both repositioning strategies. Using a protective factors model, project team members have designed a… CONTINUE READING

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