“What does Research Say about After School?” After School Alliance November, 2017

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Research shows that out-of-school time programs like M.A.S.T.R. Kids have a positive effect on reading and math achievement!

Department of Education funded Research examining the effect of participation in afterschool programs found that “after school programs had positive and significant effects among students at risk of failure in reading or math.”


What Does The Research Say About Afterschools

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Keisha Snead

SPPF Academic Leader

B.S. in Elementary Education,Cum Laude, FAMU 1996

I have served 24 years within the Elementary school setting in various instructional roles.  I have also served as the Mentor Coordinator for new and returning teachers. 


I have led professional development for faculty at several schools within Pinellas County.  I have coached colleagues in the understanding and delivery of the standards of reading and writing.  My love for learning is what drives my passion for teaching.  When I look into the eyes of a scholar who needs me, that is where I find my passion!