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Title: The Minnesota Children, Youth, and Families at Risk Project: Impact Report 2011
Authors: Skuza, Jennifer
Tzenis, Joanna
Sheldon, Timothy
Pierson Russo, Jessica
Keywords: middle school
educational goals
after school programs
parent education
parent engagement
student engagement
science
technology
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: University of Minnesota Extension
Abstract: The Minnesota CYFAR Sustainable Communities Project is focused on strengthening the ability of middle school aged youth to set and achieve short and long-term educational goals by using an innovative and organic afterschool program model that is highly experiential. The aim of the program is to help youth own their learning by igniting their interest in education to to work with parents and guardians to support them in their role as their child's first educator. This reports presents the evaluation results and demonstrates the impact that the Minnesota CYFAR Sustainable Communities Project has had on youth participants during its third year.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/140677
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