Practitioners Advance Equity and Access

Elizabeth J. Starr

Hill, S., & Vance, F. (Eds.). (2019). Changemakers! Practitioners advance equity and access in out-of-school time programs. Charlotte, NC: Information Age. The out-of-school time (OST) field aims to provide high-quality learning experiences to all youth, especially those who have often been marginalized or excluded. However, organizational structures and funding, among other factors, have not kept pace with the needs of diverse youth populations. In Changemakers, editors Sara Hill and Femi Vance have collected an engaging set of essays highlighting how OST practitioners and systems are meeting the challenges of equity and access. This book is the latest entry in the series Current Issues on Out-of-School Time, edited by Helen Janc Malone.

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