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Research Interests for Barbara C Jentleson

Research Interests: Afterschool programs, at-risk children,

Afterschool programs for at-risk students; Adapting instruction for special needs students; Alternative programming for students with behavior and learning problems

Keywords:
Afterschool programs in community-based programs, Service learning, Civic engagement
Current projects:
Duke-Durham Neighborhood Parntnership Afterschool Program Evaluation
Dropout Prevention
Areas of Interest:

Afterschool programs
At-risk students
Alternative programs for students with special needs

Recent Publications
  1. Jentleson, Barbara C., Developing University and Community Partnerships that Support Family Engagement in Out-of-School Time, in Promising Practices for Family Engagement in Out-of-School-Time, edited by Krieder, H. & Westmoreland, H. (May 2011), pp. 150, IAP-Information Age Publishing, P.O. Box 79049, Charlotte, NC 28271, ISBN 978-1-61735-447-2 [abs]
  2. Jentleson, Barbara C., Better Together: A model university-community partnership for urban youth (January, 2011), Teachers College Press
  3. Barbara C. Jentleson, Elizabeth Henderson, and Denice M. Johnson, Project H.O.P.E.: Effective University Engagement with Community Afterschool Programs, edited by Patricia Dawson, Journal of Youth Development - Bridging Research and Practice, vol. 4 no. 3 (Fall 2009), pp. 7 [abs]
  4. B.C. Jentleson, H. Westmoreland, Project HOPE: Working Across Multiple Contexts to Support At-Risk Students, edited by Heather Weis, The Evaluation Exchange, vol. XI no. 1 (Spring, 2005), pp. 2 [abs]
  5. B.C. Jentleson, Designing Schools for Diversity and Differences: The Pathways Schools, Reaching Today's Youth: The Community Circle of Caring Journal, vol. 1 no. 2 (February, 1997)

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