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User’s Guide Bibliography
Act For Youth: “Engaging Youth As Research and Evaluation Partners” www.actforyouth.net/documents/YouthAsEvaluators.pdf .
“After School Fact Sheet.” Rockville, MD: National Youth Prevention Resource Center, 2001.
Blueprint for Action: Professional Development System for the Out-of-School Time Workforce. Achieve Boston: Publisher, 2004.
Board Source: www.boardsource.org.
Building Effective Partnerships with Families: A Guide for Teachers. Lake Success, NY: Institute for Student Achievement, 2006.
Center for Parent Leadership: www.centerforparentleadership.org
Child Development Training of Afterschool Professionals. New York: Development Without Limits, 2005.
Christenson, Sandra and S. M. Sheridan. In Schools and Families: Creating Essential Connections for Learning, New York, 2001.
Constantino, Steven. Engaging All Families: Creating A Positive School Culture by Putting Research into Practice. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003.
Developing and Implementing an Evaluation Plan. Takoma Park, MD: Innovation Center for Community and Youth Development, 2005.
Developmental Assets Make Change Happen: Stories From NYC Assets Labs. New York: YMCA of Greater New York, 2007.
Documentation and Record Keeping. Singapore: National Council of Social Service, 2007.
Fisher, Deborah. Working Shoulder to Shoulder: Stories and Strategies of Youth-Adult Partnerships that Succeed. Minneapolis, MN: Search Institute, 2004.
Focus on Families! How to Build and Support Family Centered Practice in After School. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Family Research Project, 2006.
Holladay, Royce. Legacy: Sustainability in a Complex Human System. Circle Pine, Minnesota, hsd Institute Press, 2005.
MacGregor, Mariam. Leadership 101: Developing Leadership Skills for Resilient Youth Facilitator’s Guide. Denver, CO:Youth Leadership, 2000.
Management Help: www.management.org.
Missouri Afterschool Program Self-Assessment, 2007.
Moving Towards Success: Framework for After- School Programs. Washington, DC: C.S Mott Foundation, 2005.
O’Connor, S., and K. McGuire. Homework Assistance & Out-Of-School Time: Filling the Need, Finding The Balance. New Albany, OH: National Institute on Out-of School Time, 2001.
Observations for Quality School-Age Care and Programming. Wellesley, MA: National School-Age Care Alliance, 2004.
Out-Of-School Observation Instrument. Washington, D.C.: Policy Studies Associates, Inc., 2007.
PASE Learning Lab: Guiding Principles for After School Activities. New York: Partnership for Afterschool Education, 2001.
PASE Professional Development Planning: A Tool for Afterschool Supervisors. New York: Partnership for Afterschool Education, 2007.
Pittman, Karen. “Balancing the Equation: Communities Supporting Youth, Youth Supporting Communities.” Community Youth Development Journal. http://www.cydjournal.org/2000Winter/pittman.html.
Program Sustainability: Developing Strategies for Maintaining Program Over the Long-Term, Albuquerque, NM: American Indian Development Associates, 2001.
Promoting Quality through Professional Development: A Framework for Evaluation. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Family Research Project, 2004.
Reaping the Benefits of Evaluation: Self-Assessment In The Service Field. Philadelphia,
PA: Public/Private Ventures, 2000.
Reflect And Improve: A Toolkit For Engaging Youth And Adults As Partners In Program Evaluation. Taking The Reins Together. Takoma, MD: Innovation Center for Community and Youth Development, 2001.
Say Y.E.S. To Youth: Youth Engagement Strategies. University Park, PA: Prevention Research Center for the Promotion of Human Development, Penn State University, 2006.
Search Institute: www.search-institute.org.
Senge, Peter, M., and Charlotte Roberts, et al. The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook: Strategies and Tools for Building a Learning Organization. New York: Doubleday, 1994.
Senge, Peter, M. The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of the Learning Organization. New York: Doubleday, 2006.
Starkman, Neal. Walk Your Talk: Building Assets in Organizations that Serve Youth. Minneapolis, MN: Search Institute, 2002.
Sustainability Planning Checklist. Washington, D.C.: Coalition for Community Schools, 2004.
TASC Program Quality Improvement Plan. NY, NY: The After-School Corporation, 2004.
“Tip Sheets: Simple Ideas to Address Important Out-of School Topics.” National Institute on Out-of-School Time. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College, Center for Research on Women, 2000.
The 40 Developmental Assets. Minneapolis, MN: Search Institute, 1997.
The Coalition for Community Schools: www.communityschools.org.
The Finance Project: www.financeproject.org.
Understanding the Afterschool Workforce: Opportunities and Challenges for an Emerging Profession. Houston, Texas: National AfterSchool Association for Cornerstones for Kids, 2006.
Using Logic Models to Bring Together Planning, Evaluation and Action: Logic Development Model Guide. Battle Creek, Michigan:W.K. Kellogg Foundation, 2004.
Youth at the Table: www.atthetable.org.