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America After 3PM for Latinx families and communities

While data for the 2020 edition of America After 3PM were collected pre-pandemic, to accompany the data and determine how the pandemic has affected families’ needs during the hours after school, the Afterschool Alliance commissioned a nationally representative follow-up survey of parents in October 2020. The follow-up survey found that afterschool programs remain a critical component of the infrastructure needed to support families through the pandemic. Latinx parents were more likely than parents overall to report stress about providing learning support while their child’s school is operating virtually (61 percent vs. 54 percent), and 3 in 4 Latinx parents say that the experience of coronavirus has made them appreciate teachers and afterschool program providers more than ever. (author abstract)
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