Partnership for After School Education (PASE)

Research
For research related to the "Reframing Expectations of After School Programs" initiative. PASE has commissioned a policy paper and convened a working group of practitioners to oversee a two-year research effort that will explore appropriate expectations and outcomes for after school programs. A communications strategy will ensure that the information learned can be shared nationally and globally. The study will provide practical information to organizations offering after school programs. Topics that will be addressed include how best to establish, implement, measure and continually improve outcomes for children and youth.
 
PASE was formed to promote excellence, cohesion and sustainability in New York City after school programs. PASE has trained more than 15,000 practitioners from more than 1,200 community-based organizations. It offers more than 300 program events annually.