Vol. 2013-1

Editorial ............................................................................................................. 3

ARTICLES: Main Topic: National Research Reports (Part I)

Manuela du Bois-Reymond
Extended Education in the Netherlands ................................................................. 5

Marianne Schüpbach & Benjamin von Allmen
Swiss National Report on Research on Extended Education ..................................... 18

Ludwig Stecher & Sabine Maschke
Research on Extended Education in Germany – A General Model
with All-day Schooling and Private Tutoring as Two Examples .................................... 31

Sang Hoon Bae & Sue Bin Jeon
Research on Afterschool Programs in Korea: Trends and Outcomes .......................... 53

FREE CONTRIBUTIONS

Andrea E. Vest, Joseph L. Mahoney & Sandra D. Simpkins
Patterns of Out-Of-School Time Use Around the World:
Do They Help to Explain International Differences in Mathematics
and Science Achievement .................................................................................. 71

Maria Hjalmarsson
Governance and Voluntariness for Children in Swedish
Leisure-Time Centres: Leisure-Time Teachers Interpreting Their Tasks
and Everyday Practice ........................................................................................ 86

REVIEWS SECTION

Adam Sheppard
After-School Centers and Youth Development: Case Studies of
Success and Failure.
 Barton J. Hirsh, Nancy L. Deutsch, and David L. DuBois. New York:
Cambridge University Press, 2011 .......................................................................... 97

Stephan Kielblock
“Schools can ignore what lies beyond their gates, but they
cannot escape it!”
 Colleen Cummings, Alan Dyson, & Liz Todd: Beyond the School Gates.
Can Full Service and Extended Schools Overcome Disadvantage? Routledge 2011 ....... 101

AUTHOR’S INFORMATION
Authors ........................................................................................................... 105

 

 

 

 

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