Afterschool Matters
"Doing Hair" and Literacy in an Afterschool Reading and Writing Workshop for African-American Adolescent Girls
“I Could See Myself as a Scientist”: The Potential of Out-of-School Time Programs to Influence Girls’ Identities in Science
“Writing Is Not Really Something I Do”: Engaging Reluctant Male Writers
And Girl Justice for All: Blending Girl-Specific and Youth Development Practices
Boyz 2 Men: Responsible Empowerment for Inner-City Adolescent Males
Build IT: Scaling and Sustaining an Afterschool Computer Science Program for Girls
Combat Sports Bloggers, Mad Scientist Poets and Comic Scriptwriters: Engaging Boys in Writing on their own Terms
Creating Opportunities for Mutual Affiliation: Gang Prevention and Relational-Cultural Theory in Project YES
Effective STEM Programs for Adolescent Girls: Three Approaches and Many Lessons Learned
Exploring Self-Esteem in Girls' Sports Program: Competencies and Connections Create Change
Girls’ Challenge Seeking: How Outdoor Exposure Can Support Girls in Taking Positive Risks
Growing Boys: Implementing a Boys’ Empowerment Group in an Afterschool Program
Growth in Motion: Supporting Young Women’s Embodied Identity and Cognitive Development through Dance After School
Long-Term Participants: A Museum Program Enhances Girls’ STEM Interest, Motivation, and Persistence
Many Versions of Masculine: An Exploration of Boys’ Identity Formation through Digital Storytelling in an Afterschool Program
Project Exploration’s Sisters4Science: Involving Urban Girls of Color in Science Out of School
Research-Based Practices in Afterschool Mentoring Programs
The Girl Game Company: Engaging Latina Girls in Information Technology
Toward More Equitable Outcomes: A Research Synthesis on Out-of-School Time Work with Boys and Young Men of Color