Equity and Inclusion: An Action Agenda for Youth Development Professionals

By Jennifer Siaca Curry

Over time, afterschool and expanded learning programs have served multiple and evolving purposes: keeping children off city streets in the late 1800s, sheltering children from war in the early 1900s, filling a childcare void as more women joined the workforce in the 1970s (Halpern, 2002).

 

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