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Harvard Family Research Project
http://www.gse.harvard.edu/hfrp/index.html
HFRP works with policymakers, practitioners, philanthropists, and individuals to develop strategies that encourage the educational and social advancement of children, families and communities.

Afterschool Programming at Learning Point Associates
http://www.learningpt.org
The Learning Point Associates Web site offers an innovative approach to education along with supportive methods and resources for principals, administrators and teachers, including the popular Beyond the Bell Toolkit.

Afterschool Alliance
http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/
The Afterschool Alliance is dedicated to increasing public awareness of the essential need for affordable, high quality afterschool programs for all children. The Alliance provides information on afterschool programs and resources.

National Institute on Out-of-School Time
http://www.niost.org/
NIOST connects research and practice by delivering highly interactive, research based training for school administrators, directors, staff, community leaders, and those committed to providing children, youth, and families with access to quality programs during non-school hours.

National Youth Development Information Center
http://www.nydic.org/nydic/
In addition to providing useful material for youth workers interested in funding, programming, research, policy, job and training opportunities, NYDIC's website includes current news in youth and development, and contains one of the most extensive online libraries with practice-related information.

National Afterschool Association
http://www.naaweb.org/
The NAA, a leader in the afterschool profession, is committed to the development, education, and care of children and youth during their time spent out-of-school.

Partnership for Afterschool Education
http://www.pasesetter.com/
PASE promotes high-quality afterschool education for youth throughout New York City. PASE offers staff support through training and demonstration programs, networking opportunities, and by collecting, publishing and disseminating best practices.

Promising Practices in Afterschool
http://www.afterschool.org/
The PPAS Web site offers information for those interested in planning activities for afterschool programs, finding funding, looking for a new curriculum, or improving the quality of current programs. Visit the site and subscribe to the PPAS listserv, where you can share your ideas and exchange information with others in the afterschool world.

The Afterschool Corporation
http://www.tascorp.org/
TASC provides grants, training, and technical assistance to more than 130 community-based organizations in New York, to run programs in schools from 3:00 - 6:00pm every day that school is in session. Visit the site to find useful publications and reports, promising practices, policy and advocacy resources, and more.

The Afterschool Project
http://www.theafterschoolproject.org/
The After School Project is a national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) focused on bringing together young people in low-income neighborhoods with responsible adults - in quality programs - during out-of-school time. This Web site shares what they are learning in their work through reports, papers, meeting highlights and related resources.

YouthLearn
http://www.youthlearn.org/
YouthLearn provides strategies and tools for youth development professional and educators for using technology to create stimulating learning environments for both in-school and after-school programs. Visit the site to learn how to join YouthLearn's discussion list.

National Partnership for Quality Afterschool Learning
http://www.sedl.org/afterschool/
The Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) helps educators, administrators, and policymakers connect research and practice with professional development, technical assistance, and information services customized to meet their needs.

National Clearinghouse on Families and Youth
http://www.ncfy.com/
This Web site contains an online library of over 13,000 publications on youth and family issues, youth development resources, funding announcements, calendar of conferences and trainings, and much more.

The Finance Project Out-of-School-Time Clearinghouse
http://www.financeproject.org/irc/ost.asp
The Finance Project is a non-profit firm that develops and distributes research, information, technical assistance, and training for improved policies, programs, and financing strategies to help support children, families and communities.