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AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS TO PROMOTE CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT: SUMMARY OF A WORKSHOP References Carnegie Corporation of New York 1989 Turning Points: Preparing American Youth for the 21st Century.A Report of the Task Force on Education of Young Adolescents. New York: Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation 1998 Poll finds overwhelming support for after-school enrichment programs to keep kids safe and smart. Press release, September 24. The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Flint, MI. Available online at http://www.mott.org/special_report/ sr_press_release.htm. Connell, J.P., and J.G. Wellborn 1991 Competence, autonomy, and relatedness: A motivational analysis of self-system processes. Pp. 43-77 in Minnesota Symposia on Child Psychology, Vol. 23, R. Sunnar and L.A. Stroufe, eds. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Datta, A.R., and A. deKanter 1998 Family Involvement in Education: A National Portrait. Chicago: National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago. David and Lucile Packard Foundation 1999 When School Is Out. The Future of Children 9(2). Fox, J.A., and S.A. Newman 1997 After-School Crime or After-School Programs: Turning into the Prime Time for Violent Juvenile Crime and Implications for National Policy .A Report to the United States Attorney General. Washington, DC: Fight Crime: Invest in Kids. Metropolitan Life 1994 Metropolitan Life Survey of the American Teacher, 1994. Violence in America’s Public Schools: A Survey of Students, Teachers, and Law Enforcement Officers. Alexandria, VA: National Association of Elementary School Principals.
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