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This paper examines the need for after school programs for children whose parents are not available after school closes. The paper argues that homework centers in public libraries offer an effective solution to this problem and further points out that the cuts to funding for school libraries and after school programs makes the need for these homework centers even more urgent.
From the Paper:"In recent years, a confluence of social, economic and political factors has led to the emergence of increasing numbers of unattended or latchkey children who are not provided with the necessary educational assistance during the after-school hours. These factors include the disintegration of traditional households characterized by single parents or two working parents, the rise in the number of immigrant households where English is the second language, as well as the loss of funding for school libraries and after-school programs. In the absence of sufficient after-school educational support..."
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