Afterschool Programs Most Beneficial When Supported By Organizations and Communities


An afterschool program dubbed as the "Good Behavior Game" (GBG) is being evaluated to see whether organizational and community resources contribute to the program's overall effectivity.

During the study, the researchers established GBG in 12 school-based afterschool programs in Pennsylvania and supervised each program. GBG was created to help enhance behavior in elementary school classrooms and has proven effective in lowering substance abuse in childhood, adolescence and adulthood.

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