Financial Support for Before- and After-School Programs Act


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Financial Support for Before- and After-School Programs Act
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
This Act may be cited as the “Financial Support for Before- and After-School Program Participants Act of 2010.”
FINDINGS.—Congress finds the following:
Before- and after-school programs exist to provide supplementary education to children in the public school system.
Before- and after-school programs hosted on school campuses are providing an important form of both early intervention and added education for students.
The educational policy of the United States requires substantial improvements to be made in the...
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.....ful increase in before- and/or after-school enrollment as a result of the funding.
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