Field Study 195
Boys & Girls Club of America is a national organization that serves Independent, or “Local Boys & Girls Clubs.” Each Boys & Girls club controls its own affairs and is not considered to be of any liability to the national Boys & Girls Clubs of America; It is a separate legal entity and governed by independent board of directors, executive committee or other governing body and is solely responsible for its own affairs, including but not limited to matters of safety; compliance with federal, state, and local laws; physical facilities; uses of technology, finances; policies and programs and personnel policies and decisions. Accordingly, each Local Boys & Girls Club controls its own affairs and Boys & Girls Clubs of America does not hold any liability for the actions of Local Boys & Girls Clubs.
Local Boys & Girls Club may offer: Education & Career Programs, Character &, Leadership Programs, Health & Life Skills, The Arts Programs, Sports, Fitness, & Recreation, and Specialized Programs. The Boys and girls club is dedicated to promoting the health, social, educational, vocational and character development of youth throughout the United States of America.
The policy I would like to address at the EastBluff Boys & Girls Club is the focus on Education & Career Programs. The articles I will address these policies are:
1. Teachers’ Developing Ideas And Practices About Mathematics Performance Assessment: Successes, Stumbling Blocks, And Implications For Professional Development
2. School Reform And Standards-Based Education: A Model for English-Language Learners and
3. Integrating Technology Into K-12 Teaching And Learning: Current Knowledge Gaps And Recommendations For Future Research
4. Outcomes Linked to High-Quality Afterschool Programs: Longitudinal Findings from the Study of Promising Afterschool Programs
5. The Impact of After-School Programs that Promote Personal and Social Skills
6. Critical Hours: Afterschool Programs and Educational Success