Funding for After-School Programs Shows Big Increase Since 1998, NYU Study Finds


New York University’s Institute for Education and Social Policy (IESP) today released a policy brief, “Public Funding for Comprehensive After-School Programs, 1998-2008,” showing that since 1998, city, state, and federal support of after-school programming in New York City has steadily increased, from about $23 million in 1998 to nearly $300 million this year.

Researchers at IESP, which conducts nonpartisan scientific research on education and social issues, analyzed an array of data measuring city, state, and federal spending on after-school programs. They document that since 1998, every level of government established initiatives to expand the availab 500

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